To Alphonse Maeder
Dear Colleague, Kaserne St. Gallen, 28 October 1911
Please forgive me for answering your letter only now.
It was impossible to do so earlier because I was detailed for a very strenuous mountain exercise.
I find it very boring that people are so lazy.
Thenext meeting1 would be a good opportunity to cover some elementary ground, for instance the cathartic and psychoanalytical method, ortrauma and sexual constitution.
In case of necessity I could bring my Brussels lecture with me ( child analysis).
Then we must set aside some time for discussing matters bearing on the Association.
The Burgholzli racket must be stopped. . . . The whole analytical tradition is going to the devil there.
In accordance with our psychoanalytical principles I would only like to speed up this process of reverting to anatomy and classification by dissociating ourselves from the Clinic.
We can expect nothing good from those people.
JUNG ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. I, Page 25