C.G. Jung – German romanticism and National-Socialism as a totalitarian religion
C.G.Jung / History / Religion

C.G. Jung – German romanticism and National-Socialism as a totalitarian religion


Vocatus atque non vocatus, Deus aderit. Called or uncalled, God is present. Religious experience plays an important role in Jungian psychology. Jung, a Christian maybe of more Gnostic virtue, believed that this experience is nothing but a product of the psyche, and consequently viewed other world religions as an expression of one psychic function that has its … Continue reading