“I am astonished, disappointed, and pleased with myself. I am distressed, depressed, and I look to the future with hope. I am all of these things at once, and I cannot add up the sum. I am incapable of determining ultimate worth or worthlessness; I have no judgment about myself and my life,” these are lines from Jung's autobiographical book, Memories, Dreams, Reflections he dictated in his very old age. Well, posterity may well judge the value of his life, since they call the Swiss psychiatrist – the founder of analytical psychology. They assure us that his ideas had a significant influence not only on psychology, but also on anthropology, cultural studies, pedagogy and literature. It was Jung who told us about the collective unconscious, it was Carl Gustav who divided us into extroverts and introverts, it was he who introduced the term “archetype” into psychology. “People helped me learn amazing things, and I have achieved more than I expected,” as Jung summarized his life.
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