Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 5, Sigmund Freud Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5, Sigmund Freud Summary and Analysis

This chapter focuses upon a relationship that went on for some while. There is no doubt about it, Jung was thrilled and humbled when he found that he was going to be introduced to Sigmund Freud. What is peculiar is the true nature of the overall situation. Freud was powerful enough to be esteemed as some kind of pioneering expert within his field but at the same time had been marginalized.

In fact, Jung went through a complex phase during his career when he was faced with a very real conflict. He was going to have to risk his entire academic career and back Freud and his work. It did occur to him to use Freud's work without actually citing it, but Jung's "Personality #2" ensured that to do so would be impossible. Due to this, Jung faced...

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