Similarities And Differences Between Sigmund Freud And Carl Gustav Jung

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Similarities and Differences between Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung
Sigmund Freud was a master of Carl Gustav Jung’s and they contributed to psychology with their common ideas and theories. Some time later, Carl Jung started to contribute to psychology with his theories without his master Sigmund Freud. ‘Archetypes’ is a theory which belongs to Carl Jung and ‘The Psyche’ is a theory which belongs to Sigmund Freud. These two men differ from each other. Carl Jung disagreed with Freud with respect to have a part of sexuality so Theory of the Libido was emerged (McLeod, 2014). Moreover, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung separated on the issue which is Theory of the Unconscious (McLeod, 2014).
Freud and Jung's Early Relationship
When the date showed April of 1906, Sigmund Freud start to conform with Carl Gustav Jung and they first met in person when Jung traveled to
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d.). For example, Jung believed that Freud was too focused on sexuality as a motivating force and he also felt that Freud's concept of the unconscious was limited and overly negative (Cherry, n. d.). Instead of simply being a reservoir of repressed thoughts and motivations, as Freud believed, Jung argued that the unconscious could also be a source of creativity (Cherry, n. d.). While the official break from Freud came when Jung resigned from the International Psychoanalytic Congress, the hostility growing between the two was readily apparent in the letters they exchanged (Cherry, n. d.). At one point, Jung scathingly wrote, "...your technique of treating your pupils like patients is a blunder and In that way you produce either slavish sons or impudent puppies... I am objective enough to see through your little trick" (as cited in McGuire,

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