NOTE: Jung’s works are cited, whenever possible, according to the edition in the Collected Works [=CW] (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1957–83). In order to trace the development of Jung’s thoughts, however, in quite a number of cases it has been necessary to quote from the original German publications, not to be found in the CW and the Gesammelte Werke [=GW] (Zurich: Rascher; Olten: Walter, 1958–81), in which only later, revised editions were reprinted. Translations of these quotes are our own. Freud’s works are cited in the translation of James Strachey et al. in the Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of Sigmund Freud [=SE] (London: Hogarth Press, 1956–74).
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