Carl Jung Quote

The self is defined psychologically as the psychic totality of the individual. Anything that a [person] postulates as being a greater totality than [oneself] can become a symbol of the self. For this reason the symbol of the self is not always as total as the definition would require.


Psychology and religion: West and East (ed. 1958)

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The self is defined psychologically as the psychic totality of the individual. Anything that a [person] postulates as being a greater totality than...

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The self is defined psychologically as the psychic totality of the individual. Anything that a [person] postulates as being a greater totality than...

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The self is defined psychologically as the psychic totality of the individual. Anything that a [person] postulates as being a greater totality than...

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The self is defined psychologically as the psychic totality of the individual. Anything that a [person] postulates as being a greater totality than...