Jung was invited to lecture at the prestigious Kulturbund, in Vienna, on February 22, 1928, and a day or two earlier he was interviewed—simultaneously, it appears—by several representatives of the Vienna press.
AN INTERVIEW ON RADIO BERLIN On June 21, 1933, Jung accepted the presidency of the Oberstaatliche Arztliche Gesellschaft fur Psychotherapie (International Medical Society for Psychotherapy), which united national societies in Denmark, Germany,...
[Carl Jung response to: Will you not answer a few questions about the most important accusations against you,] ON THE ATTACK IN THE "SATURDAY REVIEW OF LITERATURE" In 1948 the Bollingen Foundation, which had been formed three years earlier, donated...
QUESTION 3: Do you believe we are heading for complete barbarism in the new aeon, or is there still some likelihood that cultural disaster can be avoided? Dr. Jung: I must confess that in this matter I believe nothing, for I just don't know.
In 1934, Erich Neumann, considered by many to have been Carl Gustav Jung’s foremost disciple, sent Jung a handwritten note: “I will pursue your suggestion of elaborating on the ‘Symbolic Contributions’ [...]...
To: G. Kruger Dear Sir, 17 February 1961 Please excuse my delay in answering your letter. At my age I can no longer hurry. I can answer it only with unsatisfactory brevity. A detailed answer would go far beyond the framework of a letter.
The Shadow Unfortunately there can be no doubt that man is, on the whole, less good than he imagines himself or wants to be. Everyone carries a shadow, and the less it is embodied in the individual's conscious life, the blacker and denser it is.
Question 2: Can myth be equated with a collective dream? If so, are we to assume that a historical event either precedes or follows it? Dr. Jung: Here you must define more precisely what you mean by myth.
QUESTION 4: Since our consciousness is one of the contents of the self, can we assume that individual consciousness continues after death? Do you know any modern dream material which would corroborate such an assumption?
Perhaps certain traits belonging to the ancestors get buried away in the mind as complexes with a life of their own which has never been assimilated into the life of the individual, and then, for some unknown reason, these complexes become...
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