In this lecture given at the C.G. Jung Institute of Los Angeles, Dr. Edinger provides an insightful psychological study of the legend of Faust, especially as elaborated by Goethe. He shows how “Faust is a prototype of modern man, whose curiosity has led him into forbidden regions of various kinds, at the risk of the damnation of the soul.”
The audio quality is good throughout.
Edinger’s approach to Goethe’s Faust has been published in: Goethe’s Faust, Notes for a Jungian Commentary, Edward. F. Edinger, Inner City Books, 1990.
Format: 1 CD – MP3 – Duration: 1hr 12min. Also available for streaming.