Introduction. PartI: Opposites in the Whole Self. Opposites in Early Nietzsche: Metaphysical, Aesthetic, and Psychological Opposites. Opposites in Nietzsche Post-1878: The Denial of Metaphysical Opposites. The UEbermensch as a Union of Opposites. Opposites in the Jungian Model of the Psyche. The Self as a Union of Opposites. Part II: The Potential Influence of Nietzsche's Model on Jung. The Disagreement Between Nietzsche and Jung: The Process of Uniting Opposites. The Similarities Between Nietzsche and Jung: The Whole Self in the Union of Opposites. Part III: Jung's Rejection of Nietzsche's Model. Nietzsche's Madness: A Jungian Critique of Nietzsche's Model. Nietzsche's Absolution: A Metacritique of Jung's Critique of Nietzsche's Model. Jung's Shadow: The Ambiguities of Jung's Reception of Nietzsche Resolved. Jung's Madness: A Nietzschean Critique of Jung's Model. Part IV: Conclusion.
Lucy Huskinson is a fellow of the Centre for Psychoanalytic Studies, University of Essex. She has contributed articles for the Journal of Analytical Psychology and Harvest Journal for Jungian Studies.