- She had her own ideas first. (1917)
- Later, Jung published his (1921) and she saw them after 1923 or so.
- She realized the similarity between his and her ideas and basically made a mix of the two.
Make sense ?
.. and, honestly, this stuff happens all the time in the world of ideas.
You're allowed to have an opinion, I suppose, regardless of how purposefully (mis)informed it might be.sorry, but Isable Myers is a nobody who owes her fame to Jungs works, you can't compare the two that just retarded.
Sorry, but the speed of light is a nobody who owes its fame to the power of chocolate, you can't compare the two that just <well, you know!>.case in what point, you haven't proven anything.
quite probable, based on the quote you have repeated from my post above plus the part that you did not quote:Originally Posted by Nanook
Looks to me like she took an external behavioral approach (outside in), not a theoretical (inside-out) approach. She then realized that the cog functions meshed decently with her observations.Upon meeting her future son-in-law, she observed marked differences between his personality and that of other family members. Briggs embarked on a project of reading biographies, and she developed a typology based on patterns she found.