This wiki holds study notes, thoughts, modern restatements of work by Carl G. Jung, his students, and topics on the general school of Depth Psychology.
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Carl Gustav Jung
Initially Jung was a student and would be successor of Freud, though they later had a falling out (which precipitated the events that led to Jung's own psychology). Their main points of contention between them stemmed from Freud's insistence on the supremacy of the sexual labido, and creating an orthodoxy around sexual theory:
Freud said to me, "My dear Jung, promise me never to abandon the sexual theory. That is the most essential thing of all. You see, we must make a dogma of it, an unshakable bulwark." ... In some astonishment I asked him, "A bulwark against what?" To which he replied, "Against the black tide of mud"— and here he hesitated for a moment, then added— "of occultism." C. G. Jung, Erinnerungen, Träume, Gedanken, 1963
While Jung acknowledged that sexual libido plays a part in the drive of humanity - a large part even, he also saw that humanities other drive is numinous; the search for "Truth", creation of Mythology, in short a more spiritual pursuit. The Yin, to the Yang that Freud wanted to safeguard. In effect Jung focused on the spiritual side of human psychology, and Freud on the material.
Jung branch off from Freud's Psychoanalytic Psychology, and called his school Depth Psychology, or Analytical Psychology. Individuation is the goal of his psychology.