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By C. G. Jung

Illustrated all through with revealing pictures, this is often the 1st and in simple terms paintings within which the world-famous Swiss psychologist explains to the layperson his greatly influential thought of symbolism as printed in desires.

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This is entirely legitimate. But using the society as a "norm" in the theory of social systems ensures that a conceptual scheme will be developed for explicitly and systematically placing the partial social question in the setting of the society of which becomes much more unlikely that the it is system in a part. It thereby investigator will overlook essential features of the society outside the partial social system which are prerequisites of the properties of the latter. It goes almost without saying that it is always of the greatest importance to specify what the system is which is being used as the object for a sociological analysis, whether or not it is a society, and if not, just how this particular partial social system is located in the society of which it is a part.

19] It is con- cerned both with personality and with culture, but not for their own sakes, rather in their bearing on the structure and functioning of social systems. |Wi thin systems of action the social system is, as has been noted, an independent focus both of realistic empirical organization of action and of theoretical analysis, i' Because empirical organization of the system is a fundamental focus, the norm, as it were, must be the conception of an empirically self-subsistent social system.

PersonaUty psychology, as we have seen, is becoming highly oriented to the actor's relational system, that is, his orientation to objects. When this fact is combined with the fundamental place of the concept of expectations in the theory of action, it becomes clear that one central aspect of the general and especially the cathectic orientation of the actor is his set of need- dispositions toward the fulfillment of role expectations, in the first place those of other significant actors but also his own.

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