Carl Gustav Jung, was born on the 26th of July, 1875, and died on the 6th
of June 1961. Jung was born in Kesswil, in the Swiss canton of Thurgau.
Published books, and works by Carl Jung include "Man and His Symbols",
"Psychiatric Studies. Collected Works Vol. 1.", "Psychology
and the East", and "Memories, Dreams, Reflections".
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- Naturally, every
age thinks that all ages before it were prejudiced, and today we think
this more than ever.
- Separation from
his instinctual nature inevitably plunges civilized man into the conflict
between conscious and unconscious, spirit and nature, knowledge and
- Our psychic processes
are made up to a large extent of reflections, doubts, experiments, all
of which are almost completely foreign to the unconscious instinctive
mind of primitive man.
- Instinct is nature
and seeks to perpetuate nature, whereas consciousness can only seek
culture or its denial.
- Every problem,
therefore, brings the possibility of a widening of consciousness, but
also the necessity of saying goodbye to childlike unconsciousness and
trust in nature.
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