Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 2, The School Years Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, The School Years Summary and Analysis

This is an incredible chapter that covers the vast expanse of fifteen years or so of Jung's youth. He covers various aspects of his development. These include: God; his interpersonal relationships at school; the type of fellow that he is at a few different ages; his personal growth with respect to his two main personalities; his relationship with his mother; and, the influence of his father's profession(s) upon this long phase of his life.

Carl had no way of avoiding knowledge of God by virtue of his location and familial situation. His father was a linguist—parson of a decidedly Protestant kind. He also had uncles who were working in the same profession. As a consequence, conversations relating to matters of theology were not abnormal within the family. Jung never explains the simple...

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