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Swiss and Psychologist
* Meier, Carl A., a Swiss psychiatrist, Jungian Psychologist

Swiss and Carl
* 1845 – Carl Spitteler, Swiss poet, Nobel laureate ( d. 1924 )
Carl Jung ( 1875 – 1961 ) was a Swiss psychiatrist, an influential thinker and the founder of analytical psychology.
* 1875 – Carl Jung, Swiss psychiatrist ( d. 1961 )
According to Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, the libido is identified as psychic energy.
Swiss psychologist Carl Jung ( 1873 – 1961 ) tried to understand the psychology behind world myths.
In modern times, the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung defined the mythological figure of Proteus as a personification of the unconscious, who, because of his gift of prophecy and shape-changing, has much in common with the central but elusive figure of alchemy, Mercurius.
* June 6 – Carl Jung, Swiss psychiatrist ( b. 1875 )
** Carl Jung, Swiss psychiatrist ( d. 1961 )
* April 24 – Carl Spitteler, Swiss writer, Nobel Prize laureate ( d. 1924 )
Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung, who studied archetypes, proposed an alternative definition of symbol, distinguishing it from the term sign.
Carl Gustav Jung ( ; ; 26 July 1875 – 6 June 1961 ) was a Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist who founded analytical psychology.
Carl Jung was born Karl Gustav II Jung in Kesswil, in the Swiss canton of Thurgau, on 26 July 1875, as the fourth but only surviving child of Paul Achilles Jung and Emilie Preiswerk.
Carl Gustav Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist, developed the concept further.
But in 1951, the Neuen Helvetischen Gesellschaft ( New Swiss Society ), under the leadership of Emil Egli, got 150, 000 Swiss citizens to sign a petition protesting the project ; among the signatories were 49 famous citizens, including Hermann Hesse and Carl Jacob Burckhardt.
Like the Swiss psychologist, Carl Gustav Jung, would have said: Ancient archetypes resurfaced from our collective unconscious and repossessed receptive minds-which were, as a rule, still developing and thus especially impressible.
The Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung argued that archetypal processes such as death and resurrection were part of the " trans-personal symbolism " of the collective unconscious, and could be utilized in the task of psychological integration.
The concept of synchronicity was first described in this terminology by Carl Gustav Jung, a Swiss psychologist, in the 1920s.
Swiss psychologist Carl Jung was deeply influenced by his interest in the I Ching.
The concept of synchronicity from the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung can be seen as similar to yuánfèn, which Chinese people also believe to be a universal force governing the happening of things to some people at some places.
The concept of " synchronicity " from the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung is the closest English translation of Yuanfen.
Swiss psychologist Carl Jung saw the Ouroboros as an archetype and the basic mandala of alchemy.
In the twentieth century the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung used the term Religio Medici several times in his writings
The Northern Bald Ibis was described and illustrated by Swiss naturalist Conrad Gessner in his Historiae animalium in 1555, and given the binomial name Upupa eremita by Carl Linnaeus in his 1758 Systema Naturae.

Swiss and Jung
A solitary and introverted child, Jung was convinced from childhood that, like his mother, he had two personalities — a modern Swiss citizen and a personality more at home in the eighteenth century.
In 1934, Jung wrote in a Swiss publication, the Neue Zürcher Zeitung, that he experienced " great surprise and disappointment " when the Zentralblatt associated his name with the pro-Nazi statement.
In his book Synchronicity ( 1952 ), Swiss psychologist C. G. Jung tells this story, starring a Cetonia aurata, as an example of a synchronic event:
Fritz Levi, in his 1952 review in Neue Schweizer Rundschau ( New Swiss Observations ), critiqued Jung's theory of synchronicity as vague in determinability of synchronistic events, saying that Jung never specifically explained his rejection of " magic causality " to which such an acausal principle as synchronicity would be related.

Swiss and wrote
Schiller later wrote the play William Tell romanticising Swiss independence.
In Switzerland, Trotsky briefly worked within the Swiss Socialist Party, prompting it to adopt an internationalist resolution, and wrote a book against the war, The War and the International.
As one longtime reader wrote to Yagoda, this was a place ' where Peter DeVries ... was forever lifting a glass of Piesporter, where Niccolò Tucci ( in a plum velvet dinner jacket ) flirted in Italian with Muriel Spark, where Nabokov sipped tawny port from a prismatic goblet ( while a Red Admirable perched on his pinky ), and where John Updike tripped over the master's Swiss shoes, excusing himself charmingly ".
The Swiss composer Arthur Honnegger wrote five symphonies.
In addition to his 1801 work, he wrote various other historical works, among which are Ueberlieferungen zur Geschichte unserer Zeit ( Contributions to the History of Our Time, 1811 – 27 ) and Des Schweizerlandes Geschichte für das Schweizervolk ( History of Switzerland for the Swiss People, 1822, 8th ed.
In 1923 he wrote to the Swiss philanthropist Werner Reinhart: " For the present, it matters more to me if people understand my older works ...
The Swiss composer Othmar Schoeck wrote a 90 ' one-act opera, Penthesilea ( Dresden, 1927 ) based on Kleist's drama.
In 1529 he married the first of his four wives, a daughter of Heinrich Brennwald, who wrote a work ( still in manuscripts ) on Swiss history, and stimulated his son-in-law to undertake historical studies.
The earliest account comes from the Swiss botanist Gaspard Bauhin, who wrote about it in his 1620 Prodromus.
Miller often wrote about Swiss history and myth, such as the William Tell legend, to provide a context for patriot support in the conflict with Britain.
The book was edited by his son, Johann Rudolf Wyss, a scholar who wrote the Swiss national anthem.
Jean Senebier ( May 6, 1742 – July 22, 1809 ) was a Swiss pastor who wrote many works on vegetable physiology.
He wrote, on September 30, 1762, to the Swiss painter Jean-Étienne Liotard, asking him for " a sett of the best Swiss Crayons for drawing of Portraits.
On December 9 the Swiss newspaper Le Matin wrote about that phone call.
Sergei Duvanov ( born 1953 ) is a prominent Kazakhstani journalist who, in 2002, wrote articles that claimed President Nursultan Nazarbayev and several other Kazakh politicians had illicit Swiss bank accounts containing millions of U. S .' dollars.
By 1869, when the pioneering Swiss ophthalmologist Johann Horner wrote a thesis entitled On the treatment of keratoconus, the disorder had acquired its current name.
The Swiss newspaper Blick even wrote: " Cinderella, TV3's new lifestyle show is not bad.
XVII., condemns the Anabaptists and others ’ who now scatter Jewish opinions that, before the resurrection of the dead, the godly shall occupy the kingdom of the world, the wicked being everywhere suppressed .’" Likewise, the Swiss Reformer, Heinrich Bullinger wrote up the Second Helvetic Confession which reads " We also reject the Jewish dream of a millennium, or golden age on earth, before the last judgment.
The Swiss philosophe Jean-Jacques Rousseau, for example, wrote a political tract, a treatise on education, constitutions for Poland and Corsica, an analysis of the effects of the theater on public morals, a best-selling novel, an opera, and a highly influential autobiography.
In a letter Airoldi wrote on 2 February 1905 to club councillor Joseph Whitaker, he defined pink and black as " colours of the sad and the sweet ", a choice he asserted to be a good fit for a team characterized by " results as up and down as a Swiss clock ", noting also the fact that red and blue were a widely diffuse choice of colours at the time.
A specific policy for the real estate investments was suggested in a report the Swiss Partners Group wrote for the Norwegian Ministry of Finance.
Gaspard Bauhin, or Caspar Bauhin ( 17 January 1560, Basel – 5 December 1624, Basel ), was a Swiss botanist who wrote Pinax theatri botanici ( 1596 ), which described thousands of plants and classified them in a manner that draws comparisons to the later binomial nomenclature of Linnaeus.

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