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Swiss-born Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was one of the pioneers of psychology, largely responsible for the introduction of now-familiar psychological terms such as "introvert," "extrovert," and "collective unconscious." But in spite of this, Jung has often remained on the fringes of academic discourse. Seeking to understand Jung in view of not only his life, but also in light of his extensive reading and prolific writing, this new biography reclaims Jung as a major European thinker whose true significance has not been fully appreciated. Paul Bishop follows Jung from his early chil. Read more...
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Paul Stephen Loverde (born September 3, 1940) is an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church and the retired bishop of the Diocese of Arlington in Northern Virginia.
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