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Jung, Carl 
"DIE BEDEUTUNG DES VATERS". LEIPZIG AND VIENNA: FRANZ DEUTICKE, 1909
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Jung, Carl 
"DIE BEDEUTUNG DES VATERS". LEIPZIG AND VIENNA: FRANZ DEUTICKE, 1909
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LOT SOLD. 2,500 USD
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Jung, Carl 
"DIE BEDEUTUNG DES VATERS". LEIPZIG AND VIENNA: FRANZ DEUTICKE, 1909
21 pp. stapled offprint (9 1/2 x 6 in.; 230 x 155 mm). Some minor wrinkling to corners. Original brown wrappers, inscribed by Jung on upper margin; wrapper cleanly split, minor marginal toning.
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Catalogue Note

First individual printing of "Die Bedeutung des Vaters..." ("The Significance of the Father in the Destiny of the Individual"), inscribed to Otto Juliusburger: "Ergebenst überreicht vom verfasser" ("humbly presented by the author")

The present essay was later collected into Jung's Papers on Analytical Psychology (1917), and builds on Sigmund Freud's theories related to the psycho-sexual relationship of the child toward his parents—particularly toward the father—while exploring the significance of the father in the destiny of the individual. 

Dr. Otto Juliusburger was a German psychiatrist, who, in addition to corresponding to Freud and Jung, was a friend of Albert Einstein's.  In fact, it was Einstein who forced his friend to emigrate to the United States in 1941, even paying the passage for Juliusburger and his family.

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