Einstein comments on Jung.
Carl Frankenstein migrated to Palestine from Germany in 1935, and was a leading figure in the school of education at the Hebrew University, specializing in child psychology. He had evidently written to Einstein, looking for a contact sympathetic to Jungian psycho-analysis in the United States, possibly for work.
Einstein responds with encouragement, "I can well imagine that a specialty such as the one you mention, would find quite a lot of support. Personally, however, I always felt Jung to be a horror, and I never believed in his integrity, but found that he aways fished in muddy waters with a great deal of subtle aptitude. In any event, this is a good field of opportunity for Psycho-analysts, and you are the kind of man who will make friends where ever you go. However, I don't know anyone who represents Jung's point of view, and as a result, I am unable to provide you with the desired contact."
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