Charles: He was
born in Nancy, France, in 1893, later made his studies in this
city and in Paris, where it had teacher to Bergson. One settled
down soon in Geneva from 1919, in where he was educational of
the University of Geneva. He was one of the first biographers
of Jung and finished to the correction of tests of the book the
Work of Jung when he died suddenly in 1963.
and North American writer, he born in Minnesota in 1926. Hard
critical of the war of Vietnam. Author of bestseller Iron John.
Frequently he directed seminaries on European fairy tales. Also,
he made workshops directed to men, with James Hillman; and other
worshops for men and women, in company of Marion Woodman.
born in Naples, prominent exponent of the Jungian thought, professor
of Psychology of the Personality in the University of Rome; member
of the American Psychological Association, president of the Training
center of Psychology and Literature. Author of A Secret
symmetry: Sabina Spielrein between Freud and Jung.
of origin Austrian, awarded with the Nobel prize de Physics in
1945 and was known by his definition of the exclusion principle
in quantum mechanics. He was born in Vienna and he studied in
Munich University. He taught theoretical physics in the Federal
Institute of Technology of Zurich. He wrote Interpretation of
the Nature and the Psyque with Carl Jung, in whom this one raises
the synchronicity like principle of a causal connection between
the phenomena of the nature, complement of the causality principle.
Sabina: She was
born in 1885 in Rostow, Russia, of a Jewish family, entered the
Burghölzli Clinic of Zurich University in 1904. She was diagnosed
as a case of hysteria and dealt by Jung with the psychoanalytic
method. Once cured, she studied Medicine of University of Zurich
and she graduated in 1911, with a dissertation on the schizophrenia.
After his relation with Jung, she traveled to Austria, where she
was joined with the Freud's Viennese group. She was psychoanalyst
of Piaget and Luria. In 1923, it returned to Russia, where she
founded a psychiatric hospital for children. Between 1935 and
1937, their three brothers disappeared in the purges of Stalin
and his husband died in 1938. In 1941 the Nazis occupied Russia
and in August of 1942, Sabina and her two daughters, Renata and
Eva were shot in a synagogue of Rostov.
Analyst and President of the Psychological Club of Zurich, Antonia
(Toni) Wolff knew Carl Jung when she was 23 years old. She was
patient and soon analyst. She worked to his side about 40 years
until his death in 1952.