One of the many causes of the impending intellectual separation of Freud and Jung in 1913 was the divergence regarding the nature of the libido. Being the original proposal of Freud based, as well as all his work, on sexuality. While Jung, without rejecting Freud's original proposal, seeks to expand the functions of the libido.
For Jung, libido is, as well as Freud, the energy factor of the psyche, however, its functions are not limited only to sexual drives and desires. Jung… Continue