Carl Jung & Sigmund Freud
Compares theories, beliefs & therapeutic approaches of psychoanalysts. Discusses life experiences, libido theory & sexuality, collective unconscious, mythologies and personality development.
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From the Paper:" "The latest developments have convinced me that my views are in such sharp contrast to the views of the majority of the members of our Association that I can no longer consider myself a suitable personality to be president" (McGuire, 1974, p. 358). On April 20, 1914 Carl Jung proclaimed the final break between him and his colleague Sigmund Freud.
The paths of these two psychoanalysts were destined to cross as each progressed in his studies concerning the way the human mind functions. Sigmund Freud studied various fields at the University of Vienna and after receiving a degree in medicine became a clinical neurologist in 1881. He eagerly began work with Viennese physician Josef Breuer and conducted experiments that would lead to the development of psychoanalysis. Examining (...)"
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