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    Carl Jung's concepts of conscious and unconscious activity

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    Describe Jung's tenets on the persona and its foundations in the conscious and unconscious.

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    The Conception of the Unconscious
    Carl G. Jung

    A. Psychological material must be divided into conscious and unconscious contents.
    1. Conscious contents are partly personal (not universally recognized) and partly impersonal (collectively recognized)
    2. Unconscious contents are likewise partly personal (consisting of repressed materials of personal nature) and partly impersonal

    B. The composition of the Persona
    1. The conscious personal contents constitute the conscious personality or the conscious ego
    2. The unconscious personal ...

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    Carl Jung's concepts of conscious and unconscious activity are summarized.

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