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Dalal, F. (1988). Jung: A Racist. Brit. J. Psychother., 4(3):263-279.

(1988). British Journal of Psychotherapy, 4(3):263-279

Jung: A Racist Related Papers

Farhad Dalal

The paper examines Jung's perception of the non-European. It is argued that his perception of black people is racist and that these same views permeate the entire fabric of Jung's psychological theory. Further, that these views are woven into the theoretical foundations of two major Jungian concepts: the Collective Unconscious and Individuation. Finally, the paper examines the consequences of these theories as perceived by Jung, in terms of the possibilities or otherwise of people of different races living together.

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