Episode #5: Daryl Sharp

Daryl Sharp in the basement of Inner City Books. Photo by Laura London.

I was extremely fortunate to have the opportunity for another face-to-face interview with the living legend that is Daryl Sharp.

Daryl is a Zürich-trained Jungian analyst and the founder and general editor of Inner City Books in Toronto, Canada. He's written over 30 books and for this interview we decided to discuss Personality Types: Jung's Model of Typology, a true classic in the field of Jungian psychology.

Some of you may remember me tweeting that book cover-to-cover. It sure did get a lot of attention.

“I think typology is so important that it ought to be taught in high school...or early university...or at least when couples are planning to cohabit. And the same goes with complexes," said Sharp.

The information in this book is so important that Inner City Books offers it for free as a .pdf file. You'll find five other books about Jungian psychology on that page as well.

Here's what Daryl had to say. We were able to talk for only around 25 minutes, so at the end of the episode I read a little bit from the concluding remarks of his book.

The episode is just over 43 minutes long and around 41 MB. It is also available on iTunesStitcher, Google Play, or wherever you get your shows.


BOOKS MENTIONED DURING THE INTERVIEW
 

Personality Types: Jung's Model of Typology by Daryl Sharp

Psychological Types {Collected Works, Vol. 6} by C.G. Jung

Digesting Jung: Food for the Journey by Daryl Sharp

The Symbolic Life {Collected Works, Vol. 18} by C.G. Jung

Lectures on Jung's Typology by Marie-Louise von Franz & James Hillman

LINKS
 

Inner City Books Free shipping worldwide

Speaking of Jung Blog: Personality Types While preparing for this interview I wrote a short blog post about Daryl's book

Speaking of Jung: Episode #1 Daryl Sharp on the founding of Inner City Books