By C.G. Jung
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Freud contents himself with patients and from time to time pointing out, the connections registering, that result. If an interpretation is wrong, it cannot be forced on the patient; if it is right, the result is immediately visible and is who conduct 41 expresses itself very clearly in the patient's whole behaviour. The present psychanalytic method of Freud is much more complicated, and penetrates inal cathartic method. Its much more aim is deeply, than the orig to bring to consciousness all the connections produced by the complex, and in them.
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