By Carrie L. Rothgeb
The booklet may be pleasant to disciples of Jung, agreeably provocative to fans of alternative theoretical persuasions, and important to all graduate psychoanalysts as a normal refernce software.
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G. Jung, Vol. 1. 2nd. , Princeton University Press, 1970. 260 p. (p. 61-78). The development of alternate personalities in somnambulism is discussed in studying the case of a young girl. A review of several cases in the literature indicates that the second state is usually separated from the first by an amnesic split, with a break in the continuity of consciousness and a change in character. In S’s case there was no amnesic disturbance. The transition was gradual, and the continuity of consciousness was preserved.
The prime motivation for any abnormal action should be sought in the realm of the affect. In the literature on morally defective persons, emotional excitability and lability are frequent entries. It is concluded that manic mood disorder is a clinical condition belonging to the field of psychopathic inferiority characterized by a stable, hypomanic complex of symptoms generally dating back to youth; that exacerbations of uncertain periodicity can be observed; and that alcoholism, criminality, moral insanity, and social instability or incapacity are, in these cases, symptoms dependent on the hypomanic state.
The Spirit in Man, Art, and Literature Volume 16. The Practice of Psychotherapy Volume 17. The Development of Personality Volume 18. The Symbolic Life INTRODUCTION Andrew Samuels When Cesare Sacerdotl, Managing Director of Karnac Books, asked me to write an Introduction to the re-publication of the Abstracts of the Collected Works ojC. G. Jung, I must confess that my heart sank. As a good ‘Jungian’, I experienced a feeling of dismay, almost of revulsion, at the very idea of there being Abstracts of Jung’s texts, fearing that compression would ruin the subtlety of Jung’s writing and that a spurious clarity would render his thought meaningless.
Abstracts of the Collected Works of C.G. Jung by Carrie L. Rothgeb