Development of Personality (The Collected Works of C. G. by C. G. Jung

By C. G. Jung

Papers on baby psychology, schooling, and individuation, underlining the overpowering value of oldsters and academics within the genesis of the highbrow, feeling, and emotional issues of youth. the ultimate paper offers with marriage as an relief or predicament to self-realization.

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She was then given the same explanation that her elder sister had received earlier. This seemed to allay the problem for her, and for several months there was peace. Then once more there were days when she was whining and bad-tempered. " 67 Here Anna employed a childish term which is used for the genitals as well as for the anus. " 68 The expression "drop down" comes from that toilet mecha­ nism, of such absorbing interest to children, whereby one lets the excreta drop down into the bowl. " 69 The evening before, Anna had been sick owing to a slightly upset stomach.

What kind of a state would this be? It would be a primitive state, and when such children came of age they would, despite their native intelligence, still remain primitive—savages, in fact, rather like a tribe of intelligent Negroes or Bushmen. They III. CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION would not necessarily be stupid, but merely intelligent by in­ stinct. They would be ignorant, and therefore unconscious of themselves and the world. Beginning life on a very much lower cultural level, they would differentiate themselves only slightly from the primitive races.

Mrs. Wickes (1875-1967) was for man) years a school psychologisl. She collected numerom case studies. and these were later illuminated for her when she encountered Professor lung's theories, which she was able to confirm and extend. J 1 39 THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY to iead these chapters without realizing the devastating truths of this book. Exempla docent— example is the best teacher! Once more this proves to be a well-worn yet pitiless truth. It is not a question of good and wise counsels, but solely of deeds, of the actual life of the parents.

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