Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was an archaeologist of labyrinths of the human mind. He expanded the boundaries of depth psychology, beyond the horizons of Freudian psychoanalysis, reaching unexplored areas. He proposed an original model, still relevant today, of human life open to infinity. Jung’s thought can be shared or rejected, but it can’t be ignored. Carl’s Version is not an essay on analytical psychology, but a journey to discover the myth of the great psychiatrist, scientist and philosopher, through the technique of the novel.
The book is enriched by an afterword – an interview with Adriano Pignatelli, psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, member of the Jungian Association of Analytical Psychology – and by a glossary of Jungian terminology.