By C. G. Jung
For C. G. Jung, 1925 used to be a watershed 12 months. He grew to become fifty, visited the Pueblo Indians of latest Mexico and the tribesmen of East Africa, released his first publication at the rules of analytical psychology intended for the lay public, and gave the 1st of his formal seminars in English. The seminar, carried out in weekly conferences in the course of the spring and summer time, started with a significantly own account of the improvement of his pondering from 1896 as much as his holiday with Freud in 1912. It moved directly to discussions of the elemental tenets of analytical psychology--the collective subconscious, typology, the archetypes, and the anima/animus thought. within the elucidation of that concept, Jung analyzed intimately the symbolism in Rider Haggard's She and different novels. in addition to those literary paradigms, he made use of case fabric, examples within the advantageous arts, and diagrams.
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They reveal the pain in the ill child and demand our attention. This imperative could not really stand side by side with the Dickensian idealisation of childhood which viewed suffering as coming only from the outside, to orphaned, ill, handicapped or neglected children. of bliss into the ordeal of school age, but are born into a 'bedt~f infantile anxieties, in the midst of which their only oasis is the physical presence of a beloved or at least trusted adult. Every area of their daily life--eating, sleeping, playing, urinating, defecating, learning, being bathed, dressed, or treated for physical iIIs--each was seen to be molested with anxieties of a type seen with adults only in the most severe mental disorders-the "psychotic anxieties" of persecution.
7) to what extent is the subject concerned with the fate of his object? In order to make this as clear as possible, in a way that will facilitate the reading of the next Chapter on the developments since 1924, I will attempt to describe Abraham's scheme in my own words, for, unfortunately, he has not given us a summary. Since this is drawn together from his various papers, it may not be exact in detail. In regard to the duration of the different phases I can only guess his opinion. I Early Oral Stage At birth and for days or weeks thereafter, the baby exists as totally auto-erotic, its various zones experiencing distress or gratification in ignorance of any differentiation of self or object.
246-48). The Clinical Phenomenology of Narcissism 39 it seems that the key to the progress in clinical psychopathology during this period of Freud's work resides just here, in his having made a fundamental distinction in "On Narcissism" between objectchoice according to the narcissistic (p. 89-what he is, was, wishes to be or once was in part) or the anaclitic (the woman who feeds, the man who protects) type. He was in a position to work out the clinical details in three different directions: the structural direction, eventuating in "The Ego and the Id" with the evolution from ideal ego (On Narcissism) to ego ideal (Mourning and Melancholia) to superego (Ego and Id) ; secondly in the topographic (later structural) and dynamic areas which seemed to Freud to govern the differentiation of neurosis from psychosis; and finally in the area of character, manifestations of the effects of identification on the one hand and sublimations on the other.
Analytical Psychology: Notes of the Seminar Given in 1925 by C. G. Jung