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Robert Segal

Robert Segal

Robert Segal

Robert Segal

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The Jungian community is divided into two camps. The doubtless larger camp has no interest in the scientific status of Jungian psychology. On the contrary, it despises science as narrow, one-sided, and even irrelevant to the depths of the psyche. It revels in THE RED BOOK, where Jung expresses a hostility to science that makes present-day creationists seem like Nobel laureates in physics. This camp sees science as simply an option, which it chooses to spurn. Better for it the religious Jung. The smaller, scientific camp respects science and wants to make Jungian psychology scientific. Whether it succeeds in doing so is the subject of this article.

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