By Ryan Smith
In Part 1 of this series, we saw that:
- Jung, when asked in public, always said he was a Ti (ITP) type.
- There is a “secret” seminar where Jung identifies his Intuition as “superior.”
- Some theorists take this to mean that Jung secretly identified as an Ni (INJ) type.
- Jung was not always honest about his own type assessments in interviews.
Here in Part 2, we are going to present and discuss all of Jung’s statements about his own type. ...
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