CARL JUNG’S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE FIELD OF DYNAMIC PSYCHOLOGY GAINED WIDESPREAD ADMIRATION AFTER HIS DEATH, NOT ONLY IN PROFESSIONAL CIRCLES, BUT IN RELIGION, ART, HISTORY, AND LITERATURE AS WELL.
CARL JUNG (1875-1961) EXTREMELY RARE SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH, “C. G. Jung”, 9.25 x 7.75, showing the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist outdoors with a pipe, wearing a fedora and pinstripe suit, and standing with a group of men, signed boldly in the lower border in fountain pen. Jung defined personality types such as introverts and extroverts and developed the theories of the collective unconscious and archetypes. He was initially a close follower and acolyte of Sigmund Freud, but broke with the famous founder of psychoanalysis to pursue his own brand of analytic psychology. In his 1921 work, Psychological Types, Jung laid out his theories on the relationship between the conscious and unconscious, and explained his famous classification of personality types. This rare, boldly-signed photograph is in excellent condition