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Dragutin Vučković ; Hrvatsko društvo za analitičku psihologiju, Zagrebačka 30, HR–Jastrebarsko 10450

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In this paper, author discusses complexes from the standpoint of Carl Gustav Jung's analytical psychology, regarding their origin, manifestation and purpose. Like any scientific research, the research on psyche begins with the conceptualisation of certain natural phenomena. Concept of consciousness, unconsciousness and their dynamics is the basis of the theory of complexes. If there is a consciousness, then the unconsciousness is a direct implication for its existence. The author attempts to describe the work of unconscious on conscious and the changes that assimilation of unconscious content brings, that is, the assimilation of complexes. It is concluded that the assimilation of unconscious content is the base of psychic development, both outside and inside psychoanalytic processes.


complexes, emotions, association experiment, dreams, Carl Gustav Jung

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