The Baldwin effect: a neglected influence on C. G. Jung's evolutionary thinking.

@article{Hogenson2001TheBE,
  title={The Baldwin effect: a neglected influence on C. G. Jung's evolutionary thinking.},
  author={George B. Hogenson},
  journal={The Journal of analytical psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={46 4},
  pages={591-611}
}
This paper considers the claim that C. G. Jung used a Lamarckian model of evolution to underwrite his theory of archetypes. This claim is challenged on the basis of Jung's familiarity with and use of the writings of James Mark Baldwin and Conway Lloyd Morgan, both of whom were noted and forceful opponents of neo-Lamarckian theory from within a neo-Darwinian framework. The paper then outlines the evolutionary model proposed by Baldwin and Lloyd Morgan, which has come to be known as Baldwinian… CONTINUE READING
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