Psychological Types by Carl Jung

"Psychological Types" is a seminal work that delves into the theory of psychological types, positing that there are fundamental differences in the way individuals perceive and interpret the world. The book introduces the concept of introverted and extroverted personality types, along with the four psychological functions of thinking, feeling, sensation, and intuition. The author argues that these personality types and functions shape our attitudes and behaviors, leading to different ways of interacting with and understanding the world around us.

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