Category Archives: Psycho-medical issues

Jung on Nietzsche and the archetype of Wotan

As it was once discussed in the past in this blog, ‘Wodan (also known as Woden or Wotan …) is one of important gods in the ancient Germanic mythology’ (http://www.timelessmyths.com/norse/teutonic.html#Wodan). It was also argued that this god had two totally … Continue reading

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Freud’s ‘unconsciousness’

In a past entry of this research project, it briefly mentioned about the common feature and difference in the definitions on unconsciousness between two pioneers of modern Psychology, Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung (please refer to en entry posted … Continue reading

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Sir Francis Galton, the founder of “eugenics”

The name of Sir Francis Galton (1822-1911) has certain opportunities to be referred due to the results of his peaceful, or at least harmless, researches (i.e., the relative sensitivity of men and women at the nape of the neck, conducted and … Continue reading

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Jung and Freud on ‘unconsciousness’

Carl Gustav Jung began his academic career as a pupil of Sigmund Freud, the founder of Psychology on its modern term. Although both agree on certain terms within the subject, Jung later developed his own theory especially on Unconsciousness, deviating … Continue reading

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Basic psychological terms in Reich and Freud

Wilhelm Reich is one of controversial psychologists in the mid twentieth century. In his Preface to the Third Edition of The Mass Psychology of Fascism, he explains his unique theory on the difference between superficial human behaviours and his/her hidden … Continue reading

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