Sigmund Freud Makes Trip to Switzerland, Snubs Carl Jung Hot

Sigmund Freud Makes Trip to Switzerland, Snubs Carl Jung

Sigmund Freud

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Sigmund Freud makes a trip to Switzerland without contacting and visiting Carl Jung.

Later, Jung describes this as an unconsciously motivated insult. It is the beginning of the end of their close relationship.

Carl Jung is a Swiss psychiatrist who started out as a follower of Sigmund Freud, but he later breaks away from Freud's ideas and methods, in particular Feud's theories regarding infant sexuality.


Sigmund Freud On The BBC - 1938

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