Carl Jung

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KECI Missoula
July 26is born in Godalming, Surrey, England. He died of cancer of the larynx at age 6
July 26
KECI Missoula / Posted 21 hours ago
is born in Godalming, Surrey, England. He died of cancer of the larynx at age 69 on Nov. 22, 1963. 1875: Psychiatrist Carl Jung, who founded analytical psychology, is born in Kesswil, Switzerland. He's seen here in 1910. 1863: American... Read more
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The Hindu
Anjana Kothamachu and her sculpturesartist residency programmes. I go in search of specific works. I went to Zurich
Anjana Kothamachu and her sculptures
The Hindu / Posted 6 days ago
artist residency programmes. I go in search of specific works. I went to Zurich to read from the archives of psychologist Carl Jung, to New York to research at Timothy Leary’s archive. Once you start researching, you get exposed to a wide range of... Read more
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The New Statesman
The pain depicted in London riots docufilm The Hard Stop is most vivid in its detailof the Bloomsbury set. Her Charleston was a house in Taos, New Mexico, which sh
The pain depicted in London riots docufilm The Hard Stop is most vivid in its detail
The New Statesman / Posted 7 days ago
of the Bloomsbury set. Her Charleston was a house in Taos, New Mexico, which she turned into an extraordinary cultural hub. Carl Jung, Willa ­Cather, Martha Graham, Leopold Stokowski, D H and Frieda Lawrence were all visitors, as was, in 1929,... Read more
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Games Radar
What Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud would (probably) say about Pokemon Gopants as infants was a traumatic experience, and that collectors are really jus
What Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud would (probably) say about Pokemon Go
Games Radar / Posted 8 days ago
pants as infants was a traumatic experience, and that collectors are really just trying to get back all the shit. Yikes. Carl Jung took a different approach. Given his belief in the collective unconscious, he hypothesized that collecting stems... Read more
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The New Statesman
Why the legend of Georgia O’Keeffe – fierce, feminist and modernist – has overshadowed her paintingsof the Bloomsbury set. Her Charleston was a house in Taos, New Mexico, which sh
Why the legend of Georgia O’Keeffe – fierce, feminist and modernist – has overshadowed her paintings
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
of the Bloomsbury set. Her Charleston was a house in Taos, New Mexico, which she turned into an extraordinary cultural hub. Carl Jung, Willa ­Cather, Martha Graham, Leopold Stokowski, D H and Frieda Lawrence were all visitors, as was, in 1929,... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Art Gallery Opens In Cassadagaartists. In addition to a permanent collection of spirit art styles from around
Art Gallery Opens In Cassadaga
The Post-Journal / Posted 10 days ago
artists. In addition to a permanent collection of spirit art styles from around the world, art is available for purchase, including works by psychologist Carl Jung from the Red Book. Moreover, some pieces of art come with spirit... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kyle MacDonald: The truth about introvertshave been lost as they've entered everyday language. People might be surprised
Kyle MacDonald: The truth about introverts
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
have been lost as they've entered everyday language. People might be surprised to hear that the terms were invented by Carl Jung, a contemporary of Freud's, and one of the famous names in the history of psychology. Jung initially used them to... Read more
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Salon.com
Aliens in the 21st century: More and more people are starting to believe in UFOs againwith a female alien. Psychologists and sociologists proposed a few theories ab
Aliens in the 21st century: More and more people are starting to believe in UFOs again
Salon.com / Posted 15 days ago
with a female alien. Psychologists and sociologists proposed a few theories about the phenomenon. In 1957, psychoanalyst Carl Jung theorized that UFOs served a mythological function that helped 20th-century people adapt to the stresses of the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Peonies that made me think we might have a sixth sensefutilely for flowers that I happened to see in Tesco? Such coincidences fascina
Peonies that made me think we might have a sixth sense
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
futilely for flowers that I happened to see in Tesco? Such coincidences fascinated the 20th-century Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung. He was particularly intrigued by complex meaningful coincidences, like the one I experienced, and came up with the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Everybody Needs a Career CoachA coach doesn't give answers; he/she asks questions. Questions that make your u
Everybody Needs a Career Coach
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
A coach doesn't give answers; he/she asks questions. Questions that make your unconscious conscious! As Psychiatrist Carl Jung put it, "until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate." I... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Shadow play: Louise Linton and the arrival of the African agethat as an individual being he is more or less meaningless and feels himself th
Shadow play: Louise Linton and the arrival of the African age
Daily Maverick / Posted 20 days ago
that as an individual being he is more or less meaningless and feels himself the victim of uncontrollable forces,” wrote Carl Jung in 1958 in The Undiscovered Self, “but, on the other hand, he harbours within himself a dangerous shadow and... Read more
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Raw Story
Why are people starting to believe in UFOs again?with a female alien. Psychologists and sociologists proposed a few theories ab
Why are people starting to believe in UFOs again?
Raw Story / Posted 20 days ago
with a female alien. Psychologists and sociologists proposed a few theories about the phenomenon. In 1957, psychoanalyst Carl Jung theorized that UFOs served a mythological function that helped 20th-century people adapt to the stresses of the... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Personality Tests Are Popular, But Do They Capture The Real You?of this sort, I developed a tolerance and even an affection for type-obsessed f
Personality Tests Are Popular, But Do They Capture The Real You?
KPBS San Diego / Posted a month ago
of this sort, I developed a tolerance and even an affection for type-obsessed fans of the MBTI. Sure, their instrument is a Carl Jung-inspired load of nonsense engineered to make everyone who takes it feel good about themselves. On the other hand,... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Personality Tests Are Popular, But Do They Capture The Real You?of this sort, I developed a tolerance and even an affection for type-obsessed f
Personality Tests Are Popular, But Do They Capture The Real You?
KERA North Texas / Posted a month ago
of this sort, I developed a tolerance and even an affection for type-obsessed fans of the MBTI. Sure, their instrument is a Carl Jung-inspired load of nonsense engineered to make everyone who takes it feel good about themselves. On the other hand,... Read more

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