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Carl Gustav Jung

(1875—1961) Swiss psychologist

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collective unconscious

collective unconscious  

In analytical psychology, a part of the unconscious (2) additional to the personal unconscious, containing memories, instincts, and experiences that are shared by all people. According to Carl Gustav ...
dreams

dreams  

Dream of a funeral and you hear of a marriage an illustration of the general proverbs dreams go by contraries; saying recorded from the mid 17th century.dream team a team of people perceived as the ...
James George Frazer

James George Frazer  

(1854–1941)British anthropologist and classical scholar. He was knighted in 1914 and appointed to the OM in 1925.Frazer was born in Glasgow and took his MA at Glasgow University (1874) before winning ...
Jung, Carl Gustav

Jung, Carl Gustav (1875–1961)   Quick reference

Who's Who in the Twentieth Century

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2003
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Swiss psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology and who proposed the concepts of extrovert and introvert personalities, archetypes, and the collective unconscious. He also developed ... More
persona

persona  

1 In analytical psychology, the mask or face that a person presents to the world, often derived from a sense of gender identity (as when a woman plays the role of a loyal wife), or a stage of ...
psychology

psychology  

(sy-kol-ŏji)the science concerned with the study of behaviour and its related mental processes. The different schools of psychology include behaviourism, cognitive psychology, psychoanalysis, and ...
Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud  

(1856–1939)Austrian psychiatrist and founder of psychoanalysis. Freud developed important theories about the structure and functioning of the mind and the desires, conflicts, and motives in human ...
Zurich

Zurich  

Originally a Roman fortress, first attested from the 9th century, when it became the site of a Carolingian palace. A royal and ducal residence in the 10th and 11th centuries ...

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