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P. 19). Schmid realized this by erecting a primitive cabin in the village of Prêles, and Jung, as is well known, with his tower in Bollingen. In July 1913 Schmid moved back to Basel, where he settled into private psychiatric practice and was soon known as Seelenschmid—a smith (Schmied) of souls (Seelen). , p. 18). Jung himself characterized Schmid in a letter to Henry A. Murray as follows: Dr. Schmid-Guisan is a friend of mine and quite allright [sic] inasmuch as there is no particular demand for philosophical or scientific clarity….
A vital piece of the puzzle lies in the present correspondence. ” Jung’s occupation with this topic has indeed a long prehistory. ” Five years later, he stated in Psychological Types: “This book is the fruit of nearly twenty years’ work in the domain of practical psychology. It grew gradually in my thoughts, taking shape from the countless impressions and experiences of a psychiatrist in the treatment of nervous illnesses, from intercourse with men and women of all social levels, from my personal dealings with friend and foe alike, and, finally, from a critique of my own psychological peculiarity” (1921, p.
For unconscious, have been left intact. Anything added to the original text appears in square brackets. HANS SCHMID-GUISAN AND HIS ENCOUNTER WITH JUNG (by Ernst Falzeder) Hans Adolf Schmid was born on 2 March 1881 as the third of five children of the silk merchant Johannes Schmid and his wife Sophie Anna, née Ballié von Rixheim. He studied medicine at the University of Basel, where he passed the state exam in 1905. He first worked as an assistant at the surgical ward of the Basel polyclinic and at the pediatric hospital.
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