What Jung Really Said
by E.A.BennetEdition statement:1st ed. Published by : Schocken Books Physical details: 174 ISBN:0805210466.
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Jung's emphasis on the spiritual aspects of human nature, his view of the meaning of dreams and the importance of subjective experience, brought him into condlict with his mentor, Sigmund Freud. Regarded by many of his contemporaries as a visionary mystic, his contributions to psychology and psychiatry in the areas of extraversion and introversion, archetype, individuation and collective unconscious have subsequently come to light.