Brendan D. Murphy, Medium
Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung was one of the greatest minds of the 20th century. His legacy is a wealth of knowledge and insight into the human psyche (and general human condition), meaning that it relates directly to all humans currently playing the “game of life.”
If school students were taught the most essential elements of Jung’s discoveries and theories in a succinct format comprehensible to them, we might save our society a lot of the pain and suffering (and division) resulting from the self-awareness lacuna fostered by Western culture at large.
Likewise if students were taught how to think, instead of merely being trained in the art of rote learning and regurgitation; how to listen in order to comprehend, rather than merely listening just enough to mount an attack on the other point of view in question and make it “wrong.”
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