Carl Gustav Jung

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Carl Gustav Jung  (1875–1961) Blue pencil.svg wikidata:Q41532 s:en:Author:Carl Gustav Jung q:en:Carl Jung
Carl Gustav Jung
Alternative names C. G. Jung; CG Jung; C.G. Jung; Karl Gustav Jung; Ḳ. G. Yung; C. G. Yungu; Carl Jung
Description Swiss psychotherapist, psychologist, psychiatrist, philosopher, autobiographer and essayist
Date of birth/death 26 July 1875 6 June 1961
Location of birth/death Kesswil (Switzerland) Küsnacht (Switzerland)
Work location Zürich; Basel
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Deutsch: Carl Gustav Jung (* 26. Juli 1875 in Kesswil; † 6. Juni 1961 in Küsnacht), meist kurz C. G. Jung, war ein Schweizer Mediziner und Psychologe und der Begründer der Analytischen Psychologie.
English: Carl Jung (July 26, 1875 – June 6, 1961) was a Swiss psychiatrist and founder of the neopsychoanalytic school of psychology. At university, he was a student of Krafft-Ebing. For a time, Jung was Freud's heir-apparent in the psychoanalytic school. After the publication of Jung's Symbols of Transformation (1912), Jung and Freud endured a painful parting of ways: Jung seemed to feel confined by what he believed was Freud's narrow, reductionistic, and rigid view of libido. Freud held that all libido was at base sexual, while Jung's psychological work continued to explore libido as multiple and often synthetic.
Español: Carl Gustav Jung (Kesswil, cantón de Turgovia, Suiza; 26 de julio de 1875-Küsnacht, cantón de Zúrich, id.; 6 de junio de 1961) fue un médico psiquiatra, psicólogo y ensayista suizo, figura clave en la etapa inicial del psicoanálisis; posteriormente, fundador de la escuela de psicología analítica, también llamada psicología de los complejos y psicología profunda.

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