In the essay, "Some General Remarks on Psychoanalysis", Carl Jung states that the practice of psychoanalysis are for those who have a special liking for this profession because of their innate and trained psychological faculties. He emphasizes that the treatment must remain confined to the hands of responsible scientific people. Jung points out that the work of the Zurich School has demonstrated the possibility of applying psychoanalysis to the domain of the mental diseases. Of the striking parallelism which exists between modern individual symbols and those found in folklore, he contends that knowledge derived from comparative ethnopsychology could open a vast perspective which may enormously enrich humanity.
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