Carl Gustav Jung

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Noun1.Carl Gustav Jung - Swiss psychologist (1875-1961)
image, persona - (Jungian psychology) a personal facade that one presents to the world; "a public image is as fragile as Humpty Dumpty"
anima - (Jungian psychology) the inner self (not the external persona) that is in touch with the unconscious
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1875: Carl Gustav Jung, Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist, was born.
The interactions between Martin Heidegger and Kuki Shuzo or Tezuka Tomio, the dialogue between Arnold Toynbee and Daisaku Ikeda, and the conversations between Carl Gustav Jung and Ezra Pound are references for cross-cultural exchanges.
What nationality was the psychiatrist and pioneer psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung? A Swiss B Bulgarian C English D German 9.
Puzzled by this question, I undertook a quest into the depth psychology developed by the Swiss psychiatrist, psychoanalyst, and researcher Carl Gustav Jung (1875--1961).
According to world-renowned Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, all humans are born with an innate capacity to recognize, seek out and attach to a mother or a mother figure is whom we look up to for safety, care and protection.
"Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or morphine or idealism." -- Carl Gustav Jung
The prevalence of patterns in all these categories would have pleased the psychologist Carl Gustav Jung, for whom patterns were not just decorative but a, perhaps the, visual counterpart of the soul and its most direct representation.
It is the New York of Europe, a world city rather than merely British provincial.' | Illustrated London News, 15 May 1886 'LIVERPOOL is the "pool of life".' | Carl Gustav Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections, 1928 'LIVERPOOL has meant everything to me from the very beginning.' | Libor Pesek KBE, conductor, Liverpool Philharmonic, 1995 'THE magic of Liverpool is that it isn't England.
Todos (exceto Castoriadis), nao por acaso, inspiraram-se na proposicao de Carl Gustav Jung acerca do inconsciente coletivo para pensarem o imaginario como preexistente as condicoes sociais concretas de vida de uma sociedade especifica.
In this volume, Neumann surveys hundreds of images tied to representations of the creator goddesses of various cultures, many of which were collected by spiritualist and scholar Olga Frobe-Kapteyn, whose personal archive began as the result of a dialogue with Carl Gustav Jung. Some three hundred items from Frobe-Kapteyn's collection were included in Gioni's show.
1875: Carl Gustav Jung, Swiss psychologist |and psychiatrist, was born.