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Charlie in Dayton
29th March 2004, 03:35 PM
Psycindom hits the nail on the head, so to speak... (http://www.noogle.furtopia.org/noogle/year_1/040329.gif)

Gestahl
29th March 2004, 03:53 PM
Originally posted by Charlie in Dayton
Psycindom hits the nail on the head, so to speak... (http://www.noogle.furtopia.org/noogle/year_1/040329.gif)

Anyone care to explain the tagline "Too Jung to be Freudian?" My knowledge of psychology is limited, and I would think that tagline would have something to do with the adherents of those schools, not the actual schools themselves.

triadboy
29th March 2004, 04:18 PM
Originally posted by Gestahl
Anyone care to explain the tagline "Too Jung to be Freudian?" My knowledge of psychology is limited, and I would think that tagline would have something to do with the adherents of those schools, not the actual schools themselves.

I believe there was a break in thought between Jung and Freud, but I can't remember what it was. Maybe Jung didn't buy into the sexual impetus that Freud favored.

Of course, it could be just a play on words: Your Karma ran over my Dogma

Earthborn
29th March 2004, 04:29 PM
Originally posted by triadboy
Of course, it could be just a play on words:That's my guess. Freud was the guy who tried to explain everything by repressed sexuality. Sex is not for kids. Jung = Young.

neutrino_cannon
29th March 2004, 08:31 PM
Originally posted by Earthborn
That's my guess. Freud was the guy who tried to explain everything by repressed sexuality. Sex is not for kids. Jung = Young.

More importantly, Freud and anyone who listened to him often dismissed cases of sex abuse as some sort of wierd fantasy, and owing to the popularity of freudian theory and prostitution during the Victorian Era as well as later, much sex abuse went unchecked.