Saturday, July 21, 2018

Extraordinary Discourse 391


As [Ann] Casement points [out], Jung was a bricoleur, i.e., one who assembles something useful from whatever materials are available: 'borrowing a metaphorical screw from here, a figurative nut from there and, from elsewhere, an imaginative bolt. This 'bricolage' reflects Jung's view of diversity and complexity of the psyche.
Mark Winborn, PhD,
Jungian analyst
Interpretatiopn in Jungian analysis. P. 171