It is to Jung, of Zurich, that we are indebted for the attempted division of attitudes of mind into the introverted and the extroverted types. In his Analytical Psychology he gives us a chapter on types, and in 1924 appeared his large work on Psychological Types. According to Jung, the introverted type of individual is characterized by the fact that his libido is turned towards his own personality to a certain extent—he finds within himself the uncon ditioned value. The extroverted type has his libido to a certain extent externally—he finds the unconditioned value outside himself.
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