By C. G. Jung, Gerhard Adler, Jeffrey Hulen
Beginning with Jung's earliest correspondence to affiliates of the psychoanalytic interval and finishing almost immediately ahead of his dying, the 935 letters chosen for those volumes provide a operating observation on his creativity. The recipients of the letters contain Mircea Eliade, Sigmund Freud, Esther Harding, James Joyce, Karl Kernyi, Erich Neumann, Maud Oakes, Herbert learn, Upton Sinclair, and Father Victor White.
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G. ] U N G 2 Cf. Keyserling, 21 May 27, n: D. To Mary Foote [ORIGINAL IN ENGLISH] Dear Miss Foote, 19 March 1927 I rather prefer to have you come to Zurich about the middle of October for the winter term. Age is of no importance. As long as you live, you have all the problems of the living, only different ones than with 20. Sincerely yours, C. G. ] U N G 0(1887-1968), American portrait painter, living in Peking in 1927. In Zurich 1928-1958. Beginning in 1929, she edited and supervised the private publication of most of the transcripts ("Notes") of Jung's English seminars.
That is all I do myself. " 2 Cf. Boss, 27 June 47, n. 5. 1 xliii APRIL 1949 existential philosophy but will gladly let myself be taught better if this can be done in a logical way and sustained by facts. I believe I may conclude from your letter that you wish to continue the curatorium sessions. If that is the case I will ask Dr. Katzenstein 3 to lend us again the picture series which I used to develop my concepts. Then I would have to ask you to elucidate the methods and interpretations of existential philosophy by discussion of this case.
10 Pope Clement I, fl. 96, apostolic Father, who is erroneously credited with the conception of Christ as the right hand and the devil as the left hand of God (d. "Foreword to \Verblowsky's Lucifer and Prometheus," C\V 11, par. 470). Actually it goes back to Pseudo-Clement, author of the Clementine Homilies, a collection of Gnostic-Christian writings dating from the middle of the 2nd cent. (d. Aion, CW 9, ii, par. 99) . , Dr. H. " 12 Cf. "Good and Evil in Analytical Psychology," CW 10, par. 883.
Letters of C. G. Jung Vol 2 1951-1961 by C. G. Jung, Gerhard Adler, Jeffrey Hulen