The group of typed letters are formal references, with Jung offering formal opinions and evaluations of his various students.
The autograph letter is to Aniela Jaffé, a colleague of Jung's, and editor of his Memories, Dreams, Reflections (1962). Jung sets a far more intimate tone, writing: "[Martin] Buber responded again," Jung writes to Jaffé, "claiming that I deny the existence of God. It would be difficult for him to prove that. But I do not answer anymore. You should not waste time with stupidity."
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