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Kirsch, T.B. (2006). 2. The IAAP and the JAP: A Brief History of their Management of Theoretical Diversity. J. Anal. Psychol., 51(1):94-101.

(2006). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 51(1):94-101

2. The IAAP and the JAP: A Brief History of their Management of Theoretical Diversity

Thomas B. Kirsch, M.D.

In 1955 when Jung celebrated his 80th birthday, close associates, especially those in Zürich such as C.A. Meier and Michael Fordham in London, realized that it was time to think about analytical psychology beyond Jung's living presence. It was in the air that one had to think beyond Jung, and about what the Jungian community would be like after his death.

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