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Carl Gustav Jung

This is who the book is about. By the time he died he had developed an astounding degree of respect by virtue of the thoughts and ideas that he had organized into what has since become known as Jungian psychology. His fame and reputation have only grown since his death, partially because people have had more opportunities to work with and to test his ideas.

This book was produced when he was in the first half of his eighth decade of life. As he was born in the 1800s, this provided some evidence that not everyone in the "old days" died young. As such, it has very much a "reflective" and contemplative feeling to it. Despite his reputation as a psychotherapist, he did become even more thoughtful in that way when he grew to be an old man. While for those radically unlike this, this may...

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