Ambiguity and Contradiction: the Outlines of Jung’s Dialectics – Journal of Analytical Psychology – article

Ambiguity and Contradiction: the Outlines of Jung’s Dialectics Pauli Pylkkö | Journal of Analytical Psychology 2019-11-03 This essay explores Jung’s thinking strategies, argumentation patterns, and concept formation processes, and reveals how they distinguish his work from normal present‐day science. Jung doesn’t much appreciate the law of noncontradiction, which is a cornerstone of classical logic, and …

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