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Cambray, J. (2004). ” In J. Cambray and L. ), Analytical Psychology: Contemporary Perspectives in Jungian Analysis. London and New York: Routledge. Corbett, L. (1996). The Religious Function of the Psyche. London and New York: Routledge. Christopher, E. and Solomon, H. (2000). Jungian Thought in the Modern World. London: Free Association Books. Fierz, H. (1991). Jungian Psychiatry. Einsiedeln: Daimon. Fordham, M. et al. ). (1974). Technique in Jungian Analysis. London: Heinemann. Freud, S. (1910).

The “Jung” problem It is impossible to make this argument without first exploring the cultural and intellectual contexts in which it is mounted. Until recently, Jung has been “banished comprehensively” from academic life, borrow a phrase used by the distinguished psychologist Liam Hudson (1983) in a review of a collection of Jung’s writings. Let us try to understand why it is so. First, the secret “committee” set up by Freud and Jones in 1912 to defend the cause of “true” psychoanalysis spent a good deal of time and energy on disparaging Jung.

9) Jung was a psychiatrist and retained an interest in psychosis all his life. From his earliest clinical work with patients at the Burgho¨lzli hospital in Zurich, he argued that schizophrenic phenomena have meanings which a sensitive therapist can elucidate. In this regard, he anticipates R. D. Laing and the anti-psychiatry movement of the 1960s. Jung’s final position on schizophrenia, in 1958, was that there may be some kind of biochemical “toxin” involved in the serious psychoses that would suggest a genetic element.

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