Carl G. Jung’s typology classification
C.G.Jung

Carl G. Jung’s typology classification


TYPE  CLASSIFICATIONS Based on Carl G. Jung’s typology [Jung, 1921], people can be classified using four mental functions sensing, intuition, thinking and feeling together with the attitude (extraversion-introversion). An extrovert deals more with the objective whereas an introvert relies more with the subjective – C.G. Jung is quite clear that both the objective and the subjective represent facts and reality. The direction points to the … Continue reading

C.G.Jung

The Huston Interviews of Carl Jung 8-9 August 1957 with Dr. Richard Evans


The Interview can either be obtained in youtube or in a written form in the Bollinger Series “C.G. Jung speaking”. Dr. Richard I. Evans interviews Jung, giving us a unique understanding of Jung’s many archetypes theories, human behavior-patterns, Anima & Animus, dream-analysis, his relationship with Sigmund Freud and his theories in general. Jung comes acrross … Continue reading