Memories, Dreams, Reflections - Chapter 13, Retrospect Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, Retrospect Summary and Analysis

This is the final chapter. It is short and it is not numbered, probably because it is chapter thirteen. It might well be a bow to superstition with an attitude of the jest to suddenly leave this number unprinted and it's powers unprovoked. The ancient Grecians had as part of their mythology what is called a "daimon". The challenge is the very noticeable similarity to the Christian concept and word "demon".

In this chapter, Jung tells readers about this daimon. He describes it as being a creative force. He also informs readers that it in fact took control of his life. He admits to having behaved in ways that were probably offensive and even ruthless at times. He also says that he did so at the behest of this daimon.

He refers to his ideas. This included coming to...

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