HSS 489 Freud and Jung

An in-depth and extensive study and discussion of the theories of Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. Each theory is examined individually; the nature of the unconscious, dream interpretations, religious symbolism, and the aim of psychotherapy are critically examined. Students read from primary sources including Freud’s Interpretation of Dreams, Totem and Taboo, Jung’s Man and His Symbols and Modern Man in Search of a Soul, as well as from biographical material, and other secondary sources. Emphasis on points of confluence and of departure between the two. The course is limited to 15 students.




HSS 376


Humanities and Social Sciences Program