Carl Jung Essay by The Research Group

Carl Jung
Life, career, theories, focusing on dream analysis.
# 11397 | 1,350 words | 6 sources | 1996 | US
Published on Dec 19, 2002 in Psychology (Jung)


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"Carl Jung's approach to dream analysis is becoming increasingly popular in modern culture. Jung believed that dreams held the key to personal wholeness, and could be interpreted not only from the patient's personal experience, but from a mythological perspective as well. Denounced by critics who considered his logic fuzzy and his theories mystical, Jung was subsequently overshadowed by his former mentor, Sigmund Freud. Today, even academics have begun to lend more credence to Jung and his unique blend of psychology and spirituality.

Born in 1875 in Switzerland, Jung experienced striking mythological dreams and visions even as a youth. Fascinated by death, nature, and philosophy, Jung was a solitary youth, who invented imaginary playmates. Although an avid reader, Jung found school boring and, as an adolescent, developed fainting..."

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