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JUNG PODCAST #12 TYPE2 JUNG’S THEORY OF TYPOLOGY PART 2
In this episode I continue with an overview of the extraverted and introverted attitudes, as well as review the four functions in terms of the perceiving and judging functions. We also examine the superior and inferior functions in an attempt to understand how these are simply ways of dealing consciously with the world. As the inferior function is an attribute of the psyche that often trips us up, this is a critical aspect of our continued development of the fundamentals of Carl Jung’s Analytical Psychology. Examples are given to aid our understanding of these aspects of typology.

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JUNG PODCAST #11 TYPE1 JUNG PODCAST #11 JUNG'S THEORY OF TYPOLOGY part1
In this episode I introduce the fundamentals of Jung’s theory of typology. I overview some of the issues pertaining to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and offer statements from Jung that caution us against viewing type as a rigid form of categorisation of people.  The two attitudes – extraversion and introversion are explained using quotes from Jung, Beebe and Sharp. In order to understand Jung’s idea that introversion is the withdrawal of libido from the object and extraversion is the investing of the object with libido I offer basic ideas from object relations theory and a critical quote from John Beebe who argues that libido is invested in or withdrawn from an archetypal image.
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