Is Carl Jung having an American Renaissance?

220px-Hall_Freud_Jung_in_front_of_Clark_1909 That’s the question asked by Saybrook Psychology Professor Eugene Taylor, who has recently been asked to review two books about Jung’s work for the APA’s website.  

A recent upswing in positive reviews of Jung’s work, new analysis about Jung’s insights, and popular acclaim, Taylor suggests, are signs that even academic psychology – long dominated by “experimentalists” who didn’t believe anything they couldn’t measure under laboratory conditions – is accepting the value of depth psychology’s approach to the human mind.

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