„The designation "Jungian Psychology" is actually already unscientific sectarianism. I only acknowledge C. G. Jung's contribution to the general psychology of the unconscious.“

Letter To Carl Alfred Meier (the president of the C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich) in (1956)

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„My own unconscious is more Jungian than Freudian.“

—  R. A. Lafferty American writer 1914 - 2002

As quoted in "My interview with R.A. Lafferty", by Tom Jackson, originally published in Lan's Lantern #39 (1991)
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„By far the most difficult skill I learned as a C. E. O. was the ability to manage my own psychology. Organizational design, process design, metrics, hiring and firing were all relatively straightforward skills to master compared with keeping my mind in check.“

—  Ben Horowitz American businessman 1966

Ben Horowitz, " What’s The Most Difficult CEO Skill? Managing Your Own Psychology http://www.bhorowitz.com/what_s_the_most_difficult_ceo_skill_managing_your_own_psychology," at bhorowitz.com, March 31, 2011.

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„Only the subtle psychological individual analysis can overcome the superficial prejudices of group psychology.“

—  Hugo Munsterberg German-American psychologist, philosopher and agitator 1863 - 1916

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„Psychology is the logos of experience. Psychology is the structure of the evidence, and hence psychology is the science of sciences.“

—  Ronald David Laing, buch The Politics of Experience

Ch. 1 : Experience as evidence
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Kontext: I cannot experience your experience. You cannot experience my experience. We are both invisible men. All men are invisible to one another. Experience used to be called The Soul. Experience as invisibility of man to man is at the same time more evident than anything. Only experience is evident. Experience is the only evidence. Psychology is the logos of experience. Psychology is the structure of the evidence, and hence psychology is the science of sciences.

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„The purely psychological interpretation only apprehends half of the matter. The other half is the revealing of the archetypal basis of the terms actually applied in modern physics.“

—  Wolfgang Pauli Austrian physicist, Nobel prize winner 1900 - 1958

Letter to Carl Jung, (16 June 1948)
Kontext: The purely psychological interpretation only apprehends half of the matter. The other half is the revealing of the archetypal basis of the terms actually applied in modern physics. What the final method of observation must see in the production of "background physics" through the unconscious of modern man is a directing of objective toward a future description of nature that uniformly comprises physis and psyche, a form of description that at the moment we are experiencing only in a prescientific phase. To achieve such a uniform description of nature, it appears to be essential to have recourse to the archetypal background of the scientific terms and concepts.

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„THE subject I have been given for these lectures is The Psychological Foundations of Business Administration, but as it is obvious that we cannot in four papers consider all the contributions which contemporary psychology is making to business administration — to the methods of hiring, promoting and discharging, to the consideration of incentives, the relation of output to motive, to group organization, etc.“

—  Mary Parker Follett American academic 1868 - 1933

I have chosen certain subjects which seem to me to go to the heart of personnel relations in industry. I wish to consider in this paper the most fruitful way of dealing with conflict. At the outset I should like to ask you to agree for the moment to think of conflict as neither good nor bad; to consider it without ethical prejudgment; to think of it not as warfare, but as the appearance of difference, difference of opinions, of interests. For that is what conflict means — difference. We shall not consider merely the differences between employer and employee, but those between managers, between the directors at the Board meetings, or wherever difference appears.
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