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Freud and Jung years of friendship, years of loss by Linda Donn

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Published by Scribner in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Austria,
  • Switzerland

Subjects:

  • Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939 -- Friends and associates,
  • Jung, C. G. 1875-1961 -- Friends and associates,
  • Psychoanalysts -- Austria -- Biography,
  • Psychoanalysts -- Switzerland -- Biography,
  • Psychoanalysis -- History

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementLinda Donn.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF173.F85 D6 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 238 p., [16] p. of plates :
Number of Pages238
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2042940M
ISBN 100684189623
LC Control Number88019739

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The Red Book is a red leather‐bound folio manuscript crafted by the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung between and about It recounts and comments upon the author's psychological experiments between and , and is based on manuscripts first drafted by Jung in –15 and Despite being nominated as the central work in Jung's oeuvre, it was not published or made Author: Carl Gustav Jung. This volume of Jung's Collected Works may be profitably read with the Freud/Jung Letters, also published by Princeton University. Jung, the son of a pastor, the author of a dissertation about what now would be classed under the ESP rubric, had already, long before he met the elder Freud, been fascinated by religion and the occult/5. This book was a great and fascinating introduction to both Freud and Jung. Perhaps the part that I found most valuable of both Storrs and Stevens description of Freuds and Jungs life and works was their complete honesty in discussing both the advantages and shortcomings of their theories/5.   As a young idiot, I started with Symbols of Transformation (Vol. 5 of the Collected Works). At the time, Bollingen Library published SoT in two volumes ( - translated by R.F.C. Hull). I still have these, marked up. However, if you want to read.

In April , Sigmund Freud wrote a brief note to C. G. Jung, initiating a correspondence that was to record the rise and fall of the close relationship between the founder of psychoanalysis and his chosen heir. This correspondence is now available for the first time, complete except for a few missing letters apparently lost long ago. Freud and Jung. Jung and Freud. History has closely associated these two who did so much examination of the mind in early 20th-century Europe, but the simple connection of their names belies a much more complicated relationship between the men themselves. As soon as he got to know Freud a li le be er Jung came to fully realize the dead-end impasse that divided their thinking and perspec ve on the most basic idea of what is a human : Leon James. Freud & Jung fishing halibut off the coast of the Rhine near Düsseldorf, ca. The relationship between Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud began in when Jung sent Freud a signed copy of his published studies. Unknown to Jung, Freud had already purchased his own copy of the book after hearing how favorably his name figured into the writings.

Jung spent so much time decrying Freud's tendency to find sex under every rock. But in the end, their relationship confirmed that emphasis. Sex derailed the work. One of the great dramatic events in the history of twentieth-century thought was the break of Carl Jung--the crown prince of the psychoanalytic movement--with his mentor and collaborator Sigmund Freud. After the "gladiatorial phase" of the debate between the Freudians and Jungians had passed, British psychoanalyst Edward Glover began serious consideration of the ideas of Jung.4/5(1). Carl Jung was originally a follower of Freud but fell out with the grand old man because Freud was so blinkered in his belief that sexuality was the all and everything of the psyche. He refused to refine or change his views in the light of compelling evidence.   Carl Jung is a fascinating character in psychology’s history. Mentored by Freud himself, Jung broke off from Freud to found his own theory of human behavior, nowadays generally referred to as.