CARL GUSTAV JUNG, of Zurich, is not only the most famous of living psychiatrists, he is one of the few practitioners of that craft who admit that man has a soul. And by soul, Jung means not just a psychiatric psyche but the old-fashioned kind that might even go to heaven. He is an unabashed user of the word "spiritual," and a strong believer in the practical utility of conceptions like God and the Devil. Unlike the orthodox followers of Sigmund Freud, who attribute most of mankind's mental troubles to the sexual conflicts of infancy, Jung maintains that the religious instinct...

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