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Sex, Lies and Letters: A Sample of Significant Deceptions in the Freud-Jung Relationship (Critical Essay)

Psychology (Irvine), 2010, June, 1, 2

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1. Introduction Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung, seminal figures in the history of Psychology, has been the subject of much study and discussion. A good deal of it focuses on conceptual differences in their theoretical and psychotherapeutic approaches. Some is also related to their differing emphases on and acceptance of notions of the unconscious, religious experience, and parapsychological phenomena, among other areas. Jung, in his Memoirs [1], Ernest Jones [2] and Peter Gay [3] in their comprehensive biographies of Freud have discussed some of the personal issues that eventually led to the acrimonious break between the two men.

Sex, Lies and Letters: A Sample of Significant Deceptions in the Freud-Jung Relationship (Critical Essay)
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  • Category: Psychology
  • Published: 01 June 2010
  • Publisher: Scientific Research Publishing, Inc.
  • Print Length: 8 Pages
  • Language: English
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