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Jung, Carl Gustav

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[Swiss psychiatrist, 1875–1961]
The founder of a school of analytic psychology. In his early career, Jung was associated with Sigmund Freud. Later he proposed his own theory of the unconscious mind, based on his belief that all human beings share common myths and symbols. This concept has not been objectively validated.

Jung,

Carl Gustav, Swiss psychiatrist and psychologist, 1875-1961.
jungian psychoanalysis - the theory of psychopathology and the practice of psychotherapy. Synonym(s): analytical psychology
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Thus, the appearance of Carl Gustav Jung amidst the company of Monica Bellucci, Margherita Buy, and Laura Morante constitutes an oddly discordant feature in a book that is largely persuasive.
el psiquiatra suizo Carl Gustav Jung publica Teoria del psicoanalisis.
Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) is regarded by his peers as among the first modern analytical thinkers to state that the human psyche is "by nature religious" and to explore this idea in depth.
El tema de analisis es la simbologia en los mitos utilizando el concepto de arquetipo introducido por primera vez por el psicoanalista suizo Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) y el analisis estructural, o estructuralismo, desarrollado por Claude Levi-Strauss.
Carl Gustav Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist and founder of the school of analytical psychology.
The names of some twentieth-century luminaries--such as Oswald Spengler, Werner Sombart, Carl Gustav Jung, Arthur Moeller van den Bruck, perhaps Max Weber, and Werner Jaeger--follow.
Four theorists were especially prominent spokesmen for this approach: Mircea Eliade who discussed myths from an angle of religion studies; Carl Gustav Jung who theorized about them in the context of psychology; Northrop Frye who studied the working of myth in literature, and Joseph Campbell who explored the totality of myth's impact by referring to the insights of all three disciplines.
Time Weekly Newsmagazine (1955) Medicine: The Old Wise Man: Psychiatrist Dr Carl Gustav Jung. pp 62-70, Vol LXV No 7.
Cette integration corps/esprit rejoint les travaux de Carl Gustav Jung sur le concept du Soi integrateur, le << Soi [etant] la totalite de la psyche y compris l'inconscient >> (Jung, 1933, 1964, 47).
There are many other errors, particularly concerning Freud and the psychiatrists Eugen Bleuler and Carl Gustav Jung, that I could comment on, but I think I have made my point.
They look at us from their core: "Iz lista Tao" (From the leaf of Tao) is a mandala dream (Carl Gustav Jung) illustrating the author's prophetic quality.
In Clearcut, a film directed in 1991 by Richard Bugajski--also raised as a Catholic--Melnyk evokes the psychological speculations of Carl Gustav Jung to find in the apparently sadistic Arthur (Graham Greene, the "shadow" of the lawyer, Peter Maguire (Ron Lea) in his denial of his fear of a wilderness the law cannot subdue Paralleling this discussion are accounts of Melnyk's father and of the loss of status immigrants must endure in order to establish themselves in a new land.