His works are remarkable. One thing that stands out is that there is no way to measure any of them. It is all opinion. Not very scientific. It is possible that the human mind has no rules and all humans are quite mad to some degree. Do we make our AIs in our image or do we constrain them with science?
The major concepts of analytical psychology as developed by Jung include:
Archetype – a concept “borrowed” from anthropology to denote supposedly universal and recurring mental images or themes. Jung’s definitions of archetypes varied over time and have been the subject of debate as to their usefulness.
Archetypal images – universal symbols that can mediate opposites in the psyche, often found in religious art, mythology and fairy tales across cultures
Complex – the repressed organisation of images and experiences that governs perception and behaviour
Extraversion and introversion – personality traits of degrees of openness or reserve contributing to psychological type.
Shadow – the repressed, therefore unknown, aspects of the personality including those often considered to be negative
Collective unconscious – aspects of unconsciousness experienced by all people in different cultures
Anima – the contrasexual aspect of a man’s psyche, his inner personal feminine conceived both as a complex and an archetypal image
Animus – the contrasexual aspect of a woman’s psyche, her inner personal masculine conceived both as a complex and an archetypal image
Self – the central overarching concept governing the individuation process, as symbolised by mandalas, the union of male and female, totality, unity. Jung viewed it as the psyche’s central archetype
Individuation – the process of fulfilment of each individual “which negates neither the conscious or unconscious position but does justice to them both”.
Synchronicity – an acausal principle as a basis for the apparently random simultaneous occurrence of phenomena.