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Chapter 2 Freud and the War Years Interested in a wide range of scientific and philosophical topics Jung faced a major decision in choosing which medical specialty to pursue. 1 Jung opted instead for the then poorly regarded field of psychiatry and joined the staff of the Burghölzli, Zurich’s cantonal hospital and a center for the innovative treatment of mental illness. It was headed by Eugen Bleuler among whose many contributions to the field was the introduction of terms such as “autism” and “schizophrenia” (a condition then called “dementia praecox”).

49 Although Long died shortly after joining Beatrice Hinkle in New York in 1923 she inspired another Englishwoman Esther Harding to follow. Harding joined Eleanor Bertine and Kristine Mann who together with Beatrice Hinkle and school psychologist Frances Wickes formed the nucleus of the Jungian movement in the United States. The Zurich School’s New Interests and Venues During these years Jung was also busy promoting psychoanalysis at home as well as abroad. At the end of 1911 his article “New Paths in Psychology” appeared in Raschers Jahrbuch für Schweizer Art und Kunst.

In reminiscences cut from MDR, Jung commented on his difference of opinion with Burckhardt regarding Byzantine art. It is amazing what Burckhardt saw and didn’t see in Italy. He couldn’t relate to Ravenna but that was due to changes in taste. Goethe hadn’t seen Giotto: this is a psychological prejudice that accompanies secularization. That is the style that also underlies genius, it is the loudspeaker of its era. 96 Jung here identified an important shift in taste occurring in late-nineteenthcentury German-speaking Europe.

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