Freud and Jung
According to Sigmund Freud, Oedipus complex is an affection of a baby to the opposite sex parents. This connection is accompanied by jealousness and violent approach toward the parent of the same sex. The feeling however is repressed largely as the child fears the punishment or displeasure he or she might get from the parent of the same sex. Originally, the tem Oedipus complex was used to refer only to a boy or a man because it originated from Tyrannus Oedipus who came to realize he was cursed to murder his father in order to sleep with his mother.
Freud was influential in using to two related but distinct literary works to explain his theory. He concurrently came up with a theory of the organization and internal human mind operations and a theory that human behavior conditions and results from the mind’s organization. In his philosophical writings, he approached the world from an atheistic point of view. Also, the Dreams interpretation in which, following a critical evaluation of presented theory, Freud gives a thorough interpretation of his own and his patients dreams in form of desires that are subject to the repression and censorship of work of dream.
Sublimation is an advanced type of defense mechanism in which socially undesirable forces or idealizations are changed consciously into socially desirable behavior likely to result in to long-lasting conversion of the original impulse.
Jung felt that Freud was over focused only on sexuality as a motivating power; he was also concerned about Freud’s limited notion of unconsciousness and negative. Jung therefore added that unconsciousness could also be a basis of creativity.
According to Jung, an archetype is a model of a person, behavior, or personality. To him, an archetype is innate, hereditary, and universal and that bit is not learnt but function to arrange how one expresses certain things.
According to Jung, Cryptomnesia is the process that involves...