The Undiscovered Self
Written three years before his death, Carl Jung offers inspiring insights into individualism, modern society and self-knowledge.
Jung begins with an intriguing question to his book: What will the future bring? His argument brings us to the conclusion that since a nation is formed of individuals, an individual's psychology is affecting the nation and as a result, what happens in the future. As a result, he highlights the importance of 'self-knowledge'.