Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung (1875-1961) was a complex, abstract, and challenging guy. A disciple of Freud, this father of analytical psychology split the mind into the conscious and the unconscious, cooked up the introvert-extrovert concept, spun out engaging interpretations of myths and symbols, and -- as if to bring these theories down to earth -- linked them all to aspects of popular culture: fads, slang, mass media. For all his book-learnin', if Jung were alive today, he'd be watching E! Entertainment... More >>>