Aniela Jaffé





Aniela Jaffé

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born
in Berlin, Germany
February 20, 1903

died
October 01, 1991

gender
female


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One of the most distinguished interpreters of the Jung's ideas. She was born in Berlin and studied psychology at the University of Hamburg. At the break of World War II she emigrated to Zurich where she began to work with Jung. They worked together on the book Memories, Dreams, Thoughts.In addition to her various important papers on psychology, she wrote widely on parapsychology, particularly on connections between psi phenomena and the unconscious, and on the psychological interpretation of paranormal phenomena.



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“mathematician Andreas Speiser therefore calls “fratres in Platone” all those who in religious questions follow not faith alone, but the scientific conscience, the “best legacy of the Hellenes”, and who limit their statements accordingly. There aren’t many of them, but they wander through the ages, “a small band of honest folk, the salt of the earth, occasionally protesting, often paying for their courage with their life”.”
Aniela Jaffé, The Myth of Meaning

“equivalent to nonsuffering; yet the resilience of the self-aware and self-transforming consciousness can fortify us against the perils of the irrational and the rational, against the world within and the world without.”
Aniela Jaffé, The Myth of Meaning