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DOWNLOAD ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub » C.G. Jung Portunism v scientific honour — Psychoanalysis no than hypnotism gets rid of transference—Cases of enuresis nooturna and of washing mania treated by hypnosis—On what grounds should such' useful treatment be dispensed with —The difficulty of finding a rational solution for the moral conflict—The doctor's dilemma of the two consciences Letter IV—Jung Author's standpoint that of the scientist not practical physician—The analyst works in spite of the transference—Psychoanalysis not the only way—Sometimes less efficacious than any known method—Cases must be selected—For the author and his patients it is the best way—The real solution of the moral conflict comes from within and then only because the patient has been brought to a now standpointLetter V—Loy What is truth —Parable of the prism—All man attains is relative truth—Fanaticism is the enemy to science—Psychoanalysis a method of dealing with basic motives of the human soul—Must not each case be treated individually —Morals are above all relative Letter VI—Jung Definition of psychoanalysis—Techniue—So called chance is the law —Rules well nigh impossible—The patients' unconscious is the analysts' best confederate—uestions of morality and education find solutions for themselves in later stages of analysisLetter VII— LoyCont.
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On Some Crucial Points in PsychoanalysisRadictions in psychoanalytic literature—Should the doctor canalize the patient's libido—Does he not indirectly suggest dreams to patient Letter VIII—JungAdler's finality—discussion of meaning of transference—the meaning of line of least resistance —man as a herd animal—rich endowment with social sense—should take pleasure in life —error as necessary to progress as truth—patient must be trained in independence—analyst is caught in his own net if he makes hard and fast rules—through the analyst's suggestion only the outer form never the content is determined—though patient may mislead the doctor but this is disadvantageous and delays him Letter IX—Loy The line of least resistance is a compromise with all necessities—The analyst as accoucheur—The neurotic's faith in authority—Altruism innate in man—He advances in response to his own law Letter X—Jung Transference is the central problem of analysis—It may be positive or negative—Projection of infantile phantasies on the doctor—Biological duties —The psyche does not only react but gives its individual reply—We have an actual sexual problem to day—Evidences thereof—We have no real sexual morality only a legal attitude—Our moral views are too undifferentiated—The neurotic is ill not because he has lost his faith in morality b.