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What Were Freud/s Most Important Books?: On Narcissism ( 1914)

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Pierre Daco. A Belgian psychotherapist  (1936- October 1992). Disciple of Charles Baudouin and Carl Gustav Jung. His writings are imbued with both analytical psychology , in view of the fact that he restores the great symbols (or archetypes) in the daily life of his patients, and the Freudian psychoanalysis which explains the unconscious mechanisms underlying our behavior and reactions, including complexes, inhibitions, "projection", "fixations", and so on.

Pierre Daco. A Belgian psychotherapist (1936- October 1992). Disciple of Charles Baudouin and Carl Gustav Jung. His writings are imbued with both analytical psychology , in view of the fact that he restores the great symbols (or archetypes) in the daily life of his patients, and the Freudian psychoanalysis which explains the unconscious mechanisms underlying our behavior and reactions, including complexes, inhibitions, "projection", "fixations", and so on.

The ego is the workshop where the self is made. ~Carl Jung, Conversations with C.G. Jung, Page 35.

The ego is the workshop where the self is made. ~Carl Jung, Conversations with C. Jung, Page

Theodor Reik (German: 12 May 1888, Vienna – 31 December 1969, New York) was a prominent psychoanalyst who trained as one of Freud's first students in Vienna, Austria. Reik received a Ph.D. degree in psychology from the University of Vienna in 1912. His dissertation, a study of Flaubert's Temptation of Saint Anthony, was the first psychoanalytic dissertation ever written.

Theodor Reik -La troisième oreille - German: 12 May Vienna – 31 December New York).

A blog dedicated to the Life, Work and Legacy of Carl Jung

A blog dedicated to the Life, Work and Legacy of Carl Jung

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