Carl Gustav Jung: An Extraordinary Journey. 1957

In this candid 1957 interview, conducted just four years prior to his death, influential thinker and founder of analytical psychology Carl Jung discusses his remarkable life and career -- from early work with Sigmund Freud and Jung’s break with psychoanalysis to his groundbreaking explorations of the dream world. Guided by insightful interviewer Richard I. Evans, this conversation is at once an intimate self-portrait and a unique commentary on the scope and meaning of his life’s work.

Carl Jung - Face to Face [BBC - 1959]

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Noelle

This is what makes Jung ‘Jungian’. Sharing this.

Cyril
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age did not take away a single thing from him. you can see how alert his mind is still………..RIP

Veblen
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Veblen

interesting to hear him talk about his own pioneering work!

M Spalding
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Even a happy life cannot be without a measure of darkness, and the word happy would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness. It is far better take things as they come along with patience and equanimity.

Saby
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Jung treated many hundreds of patients and according to him among those in the second half of life – that is to say, over 35, apparently, there was not one whose problem in the last resort was not that of finding a religious outlook on life.

Mefford
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Mefford

I finally get to hear and see him speak, I prefer reading him though. :) thanks for the post btw

Naina C
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Naina C

I was wondering how Jung would interpret the movie Spirited Away by Miyazaki. :)

Bernard
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Bernard

Excellent. TY!

Nerdy Gal
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Nerdy Gal

Jung’s theories challenged the traditional roles of human morality, behavior, and religion I suppose..

joaquim
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joaquim

I am doing a report on Freud and I am trying to figure out the social norms during the time when he lived in Austria Hungary. I am interested in the social norms that could have caused him to become an enemy of the people when he disagreed with them. Any resource links would be helpful.

Thanks.

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his accent takes a lil while to get used to