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Carl G. Jung, who coined the term synchronicity between 1928 and 1930
Carl G. Jung, who coined the term synchronicity between 1928 and 1930
Wolfgang Pauli
Wolfgang Pauli
Astral configurations in astrology represent for Jung an example of synchronicity, that is, of a parallel, non-causal relationship between the develop
Astral configurations in astrology represent for Jung an example of synchronicity, that is, of a parallel, non-causal relationship between the development of celestial phenomena and those marked by terrestrial time.
A gold-coloured Cetonia aurata
A gold-coloured Cetonia aurata
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An 1890 etching of Burghölzli hospital where Carl Jung began his career
An 1890 etching of Burghölzli hospital where Carl Jung began his career
Still talking, Jung with psychoanalytic colleagues. Front row, Sigmund Freud, G. Stanley Hall, Carl Jung. Back row, Abraham Brill, Ernest Jones, Sándo
Still talking, Jung with psychoanalytic colleagues. Front row, Sigmund Freud, G. Stanley Hall, Carl Jung. Back row, Abraham Brill, Ernest Jones, Sándor Ferenczi. 1909 in front of Clark University.
Psychology of the Unconscious (1916), the book which precipitated Jung's break with Freud
Psychology of the Unconscious (1916), the book which precipitated Jung's break with Freud
American philosopher of pragmatism William James greatly influenced C. G. Jung's thinking.
American philosopher of pragmatism William James greatly influenced C. G. Jung's thinking.