Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 12, Late Thoughts Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, Late Thoughts Summary and Analysis

This chapter begins with a discussion of humans and two types of transcendental entities, angels and giants. The giants are described as having the direct consequence of the union of angels with mortals, some of whom are the result of fallen angels. Jung is not in a position at this time to clarify whether such "mixed breeds" were only the result of unions with the so-called fallen angels. Nor does he get into discussions regarding how "giants" are referred to colloquially in twenty-first century America.

He enters into a brief discussion of good and evil and moral judgments. He emphasizes the psychological effects of moral decisions that are or that have been made. He makes a casual reference to the fact that he thinks that people are often the victims of being misjudged by others.

Jung reviews...

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