By C. G. Jung, Hans Schmid-Guisan
In 1915, C. G. Jung and his psychiatrist colleague, Hans Schmid-Guisan, begun a correspondence by which they was hoping to codify primary person transformations of cognizance and attention. Their formidable discussion, interested by the competition of extraversion and introversion, confirmed the trouble of achieving a shared knowledge of modifications at the same time it brought suggestions that will finally let Jung to create his landmark 1921 assertion of the idea of mental kinds. That idea, the foundation of the generally used Myers-Briggs variety Indicator and comparable character evaluation instruments, maintains to notify not just character psychology but additionally such varied fields as marriage and occupation counseling and human source management.
This correspondence unearths Jung fielding willing theoretical demanding situations from considered one of his such a lot delicate and perceptive colleagues, and offers an invaluable old grounding for all those that paintings with, or have an interest in, Jungian psychology and mental typology.
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His ap58 These formulations foreshadow Jung’s later differentiation between “superior” and “inferior” functions (cf. Jung, 1921; Definitions: Inferior Function). 59 MS: ein Vorstellen. 1 J (4 June 1915) • 47 proach to thinking is therefore extraordinarily concretistic, and it is immediately noticeable that it cannot turn into an abstraction. ” I am leaving out here something we will have to discuss later. With best regards, your Jung 60 MS: eine Empfindung. 2 S [24 June 1915] Dear Friend, As you have guessed, dealing further with the question of the psychological types has not given me any real headaches.
58 Naturally man, ever mindful of his role as Homo sapiens, tries to tame and control the irrational with the rational. As a consequence, the thinking person wants to force his feeling to serve his thinking, and the feeling person his thinking to serve his feeling. When I see this done by other people, it strikes me as completely absurd, because the other person does the very thing that most runs counter to my ideal. I call it childish and twisted. It is nearly impossible for me not to moralize about it.
255). 2 S (24 June 1915) • 49 63 of the content of carbonic acid and oxygen in the atmosphere is maintained by the antagonism of plant and animal life, I envisage that psychic development is made possible only by an antagonism between feeling-into and abstraction. “L’évolution . . ”65 Thus I, too, have been tempted time and again to see your standpoint as irrational, and mine as the only rational one. And it has taken me some time to realize that I am mistaken in having believed that everybody else would have to go to heaven in my own way.