Carl Jung Quote

Just as man as a social being, cannot in the long run exist without a tie to the community, so the individual will never find the real justification for his existence, and his own spiritual and moral autonomy, anywhere except in an extramundane principle capable of relativizing the overpowering influence of external factors.


p 23 - The Undiscovered Self (1958)

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Just as man as a social being, cannot in the long run exist without a tie to the community, so the individual will never find the real justification...

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Just as man as a social being, cannot in the long run exist without a tie to the community, so the individual will never find the real justification...

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Just as man as a social being, cannot in the long run exist without a tie to the community, so the individual will never find the real justification...

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Just as man as a social being, cannot in the long run exist without a tie to the community, so the individual will never find the real justification...