|Greek by birth, EVANGELOS CHRISTOU was raised in Alexandria, Egypt. He was educated at Cambridge (by Wittgenstein, among others) and trained at the C. G. Jung Institute in Zurich. Christou died tragically in a car accident in the Western Desert in Egypt in 1956. THE LOGOS OF THE SOUL, published posthumously in 1963, is his only book.|
|THE LOGOS OF THE SOUL
With a preface by JAMES HILLMAN
Paperback original, $20 USD
112 pages, second edition
This book by the philosopher and psychologist Evangelos Christou outlines a fundamental logic for psychotherapy that is distinct from that of the natural sciences or philosophy. He proves that psychotherapy has its own legitimate area of activity and that its rights are based on the soul.
The problem which the author attacks in this monograph is the most difficult in psychology … because it takes up first principles, the very method by means of which any psychological investigation can be carried on at all.