Carl Jung

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Swiss psychologist (1875-1961)

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In the early twentieth century, pioneering work using psychological processes to interpret human behavior was conducted by Carl Jung.
Jungian therapist Peter O'Connor has written that today interest in Carl Jung is outstripping interest in Sigmund Freud because the sexual revolution, in which Freud was the central figure, has passed.
com/research/e24d5f/the_sociology_of_w) has announced the addition of the "The Sociology of Wholeness: Emile Durkheim and Carl Jung.
Meister Eckhart: A Mystic-Warrior for Our Times" by Matthew Fox is a 336 page compendium showcasing Eckhart's thought and relevancy for contemporary students of Christian Metaphysics and what Fox describes as Creation Spirituality by means of posing metaphorical discussions between the 13th Century theologian and philosopher Meister Eckhart with such luminaries as Teilhard de Chardin, Thich Nhat Hanh, Carl Jung, Black Elk, Rumi, Adrienne Rich, and others.
Keira plays a woman with psychological issues who comes between the pioneering psychoanalysts Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud.
Skinner, Abraham Maslow, Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung and Gloria Steinem, providing an unusually authoritative and varied overview of the field of psychology.
Outsiders with an indelible Liverpool link include soccer legend Bill Shankly; the American poet Allen Ginsberg; Swiss psychologist Carl Jung and golfing ace Tiger Woods who substitutes for Hoylake on the Wirral line after his golfing success.
Hemming-Tayler says one of his most popular wines is the Carl Jung Brut sparkling wine (pounds 4.
April 11) refers to Carl Jung as a Swedish psychologist.
Carl Jung once postulated a theory that each generation, to some extent at least, is psychologically driven to live out their parents' unlived lives.
Psychoanalyst Carl Jung saw our innate temperaments as falling on a spectrum with very introverted and very extroverted at either end.
According to the theoretical framework of Carl Jung (1989) that formed the basis of this study, every person has a natural preference for either extraversion or introversion.