Synchronicity as a formal principle

April 29th, 2011

From his book Synchronicity, Jung writes, “It is modern psychology and parapsychology which proved that causality does not explain a certain class of events, and in this case, we have to consider a formal factor, namely synchronicity, as a principle of explanation.”

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