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Unlike Freud, Jung did not believe that a dream is a mask for a meaning already known but deceitfully withheld from the conscious ...
Freud, Jung thought, had been a great discoverer of facts about the mind, but far too inclined to leave the solid ground of "criti ...
... the novel, as a living force, if not as a work of art, owes an incalculable debt to what we call, mistakenly, the new psycholo ...
I suppose I now have the reputation of being an inscrutable dipsomaniac. One woman here originated the rumour that I am extremely ...
Like Freud, Jung believes that the human mind contains archaic remnants, residues of the long history and evolution of mankind. In ...
Whereas Freud was for the most part concerned with the morbid effects of unconscious repression, Jung was more interested in the m ...
There is a current misconception which sees in Jung an early disciple of Freud who subsequently deserted his master. Nothing could ...
To Freud, the unconscious was primarily regressive; when Jung challenged this view, it seemed to Freud that Jung was in flight fro ...
The extrovert and introvert, the realist and idealist, the scientist and philosopher, the man who found himself by refinding his l ...
Freud was, in effect, trying to take the mystery out of myth. Once it was decoded as a history of the unconscious, all was explain ...
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