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Descartes, Jung, and Freud on God
A comparison of Descartes', Jung's and Freud's views of God.
# 127274 | 500 words | 13 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Psychology (Freud) , Psychology (Jung) , Philosophy (Religion)

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This paper discusses the similarities and differences among Descartes, Jung, and Freud in terms of their view of God.

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"Descartes, Jung and Freud have distinct views on the existence of God. For Descartes in "Discourse Four", God has a nature that contains within itself all the perfections of which he could form any idea. He recognizes God as being infinite, eternal, immutable, omniscient, all-powerful and as having all the perfections I could recognize in God. Descartes sees God as this Perfect Being and asserts that all that we possess is derived from Him. Nevertheless, Descartes insists that..."

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