Switzerland, Swiss history, European history
Carl Gustav Jung's monumental Liber Novus or The Red Book journal, begun in 1914 and published posthumously in 2009, presents the viewer with a dazzling array of painted images. 1 The project references both his accumulated and specialized knowledge as a theorist and practitioner of psychoanalysis, as well as the personal explorations of his own "subconscious" mind . It also reveals contextually his privilege of being able to undertake such a work.
Fair-Schulz, Laura L. M. and Herman, William E.
"Privilege as Blind Spot: Carl Jung, The Red Book, and the"Collective Unconscious","
Swiss American Historical Society Review: Vol. 53:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/sahs_review/vol53/iss1/4