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Carl Jung

  • Birth

    Carl Jung was born in Kesswil, Switzerland in 1875.
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    Basel University

    Carl Jung Started going to Basel University, studying biology, zoology, paleontology, archaeology, medicine, philosophy, mythology, early Christian literature, and religion.
  • Graduation

    Carl Jung graduated from University of Zurich with his Master's Degree.
  • Marrige

    Carl Jung marries his wife Emma Rauschenberg. Together they had five children.
  • First Research

    First Research
    Started conducting his first set of research. Invented the word "complex", quite often used today in physcology. These studies brought him closer latent partner, Sigmund Freud.
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    Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud worked very closly due to similar beliefs. They later split because of the differences in there beliefs, saying hat Freud's ideas were "one-sided, overly-concrete, and personalistic"
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    International Psychoanalytic Society

    Carl Jung becomes the president of this Society.
  • The Scientists Split

    The final straw was when Jung published the book named, "Psychology and the Unconscious". It argued against Freud's ideas, so the two split. Carl Jung then published, "Symbols and Transformations of the Libido". It explained symbolic meaning fo the unconscious.
  • Leaving the Society

    Carl Jung resigns as president from the "IPS".
  • Professorship

    Carl Jung becomes the Psycology Professor at Federal Polytechnical University of Zurich.
  • Moses and Monotheism

    Published the book Moses and Monotheism.
  • Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies

    Carl Jung wrote "Flying Saucers: A Modern Myth of Things Seen in the Skies".
  • Death

    Carl Jung dies.