In the thirties Jung was at the height of his powers and found
himself swept up in the international politics of his day. At this
time he was president of what was to become the International
General Medical Society for Psychotherapy. As a consequence of
Hitler's rise, Jung and his ideas were placed in the centre of a
whirlwind of theoretical and political controversy. These chaotic
times led him to comment widely on political events and saw his
most extensive attempt to explain these events in terms of his
theories of the collective and his use of the archetype of Wotan to
explain Nazi Germany. This work is part of the ongoing reappraisal
of the intellectual fabric of Jung's theory and the perspective he
sought to establish, and seeks to re-examine the period, to unravel
some of the confusion by setting out the historical background of
Jung's ideas, and provide a fresh debate on Jung and his collective
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