Zentralblatt für Psychotherapie

A Quote by Carl Gustav Jung on psychoanalysis, jewish practitioners, zentralblatt f r psychotherapie, nazi, and served as president

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However, it is still a topic of interest whether Jung's later explanations of his actions to save psychoanalysis from the Nazi Regime meant that he did not actually believe in Nazism himself.
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See also JEWISH-CHRISTIAN RELATION (sculpture)

Carl Jung (1875 - 1961)

Source: Man and His Symbols, Pages: same page online Wikipedia

Contributed by: Hannes

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