are you really dropping wikipedia-level knowledge on me about jung, just because you hastily googled 'extraverted' to save your ass and found a blogpost (the URL for it is in the picture you linked, dipshit). now you're going to mount a defense of jung? have you actually read any jung? i have read several of his books and find his philosophy and interest in gnosticism absolutely puzzling. he was also a huge nazi sympathiser and sold out his jewish colleagues for his own career. great bloke.
fyi i just spent 12 months flat sharing with a guy who ... is training to be a jungian analyst. i think i'm good on this subject. the fact you are holding him up to be a 'polymathic scientist' as opposed to my 'flimsy arts' knowledge is absolutely hilarious. nobody but NOBODY in the 'scientific' field of psychology reads jung anymore. he is a curio for private therapists and cranks. if you knew the slightest thing about this subject and weren't just googling out of boredom/to save your pathetic ass, you would know how ludicrous you are being. for someone who is avowedly anti-religious, you citing jung, a massive spiritualist and god freak occultist, is fucking hilarious.
ah, yes ... SCIENCE! glorious. the whole reason jung isn't used in psychology at all now is because his stuff is essentially imaginative literature (check out the 'liber novus' for a real trip). put anything resembling the scientific method near a jung book and it evaporates. have fun testing his theories of 'the shadow self', 'the collective unconscious', and exploring how 'to rebirth a new image of God in the soul of man'. swill your mouth out with some of that 'spermatic word' whilst you're at it, i hear it's good for you.Woman is compensated by a masculine element and therefore her unconscious has, so to speak, a masculine imprint. This results in a considerable psychological difference between men and women, and accordingly I have called the projection-making factor in women the animus, which means mind or spirit. (From The Syzygy: Anima and Animus , Collected Works, 9ii, par. 28f.)
The animus is the deposit, as it were, of all woman's ancestral experiences of man - and not only that, he is also a creative and procreative being, not in the sense of masculine creativity, but in the sense that he brings forth something we might call... the spermatic word. (From Anima and Animus, Collected Works 7, par. 336.)
You're an ignoramus
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