Psychology and Carl Jung
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The paper provides a brief biography of Carl Jung and discusses the influence of life on his theories. The paper explains his concepts and theories of psychoanalysis and discusses how they have paved the road to improvement while challenging the concepts of the self. The paper focuses on his terms 'introvert' and 'extrovert' and his perception of the unconscious and asserts that his beliefs guide all humanity in understanding the experiences of life.
From the Paper:"Born on July 26, 1875, in the Swiss village of Kessewil he was given the name Carl Gustav Jung. His father a country parson introduced him to many intellectuals throughout life and Carl at a young age was exposed to the eccentricities of humans as he met his father's friends. It was through his father that he developed an interest in human behavior that gave rise to his 'spiritual' side and allowed him to delve later, into the human psyche. At the age of six he developed an interest in ancient literature and soon he could read various ancient scripts western and eastern including Sanskrit. Living in a village he grew to be a solitary person and did not care much for the competition he had to face in life. His years at the boarding school in Basel, Switzerland, were thus filled with pressure as the students harassed him. His sense of isolation made him feel anxious and he usually fainted when feeling tense."
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