Marie-Louise von Franz
From: Projection and Re-Collection in Jungian Psychology: Reflections of the Soul
https://books.google.com/books?id=j8kcG ... BDoAQg1MAI
The part played by projection in practical psychotherapy having interested me for a long time, I finally made up my mind to investigate it. As I began to look into the subject more closely, it became clear to me that the word projection does, to be sure, describe a set of facts that in practice are easily enough demonstrated, but at the same time this concept leads into borderline areas where there are still unsolved problems. For some of these problems I am unable to suggest solutions; the purpose of this work is therefore limited to an attempt to shed some light on those questions that are still open. A study of these problems brings us up against a mysterious quality of human consciousness, that of mirroring the world. If nothing but epistemological considerations were involved, perhaps we could let the matter drop; but the phenomenon of projection is also an eminently moral and practical problem, which I have therefore tried, by circumambulation, to clarify a bit, with special attention to the theory of demons in antiquity. Given the demons in our present world, perhaps one or more readers will be induced to reflect seriously on these matters, which in my opinion we all need to do.
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