Helas-he [Socretes] lived at a time when the wobbly polis still needed the homosexual glue. ~Carl Jung, Letters Vol. II, Pages 532.
Because of our shortsightedness we fail to recognize the biological services rendered by homosexual seducers. Actually they should be credited with something of the sanctity of monks. ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung letters Vol. 1, Page 298
The homosexual resistances in men are simply astounding and open up mind-boggling possibilities. Removal of the moral stigma from homosexuality as a method of contraception is a cause to be promoted with the utmost energy. ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung Letters, Vol. I, Page 298.
Hybris is an inflation of the human being in general. It is also extremely doubtful whether Greek homosexuality ca n be derived from it. Homosexuality is more a social phenomenon which develops wherever a primitive society of males has to be cemented together as a stepping-stone to the State. This is particularly evident in Greece. ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung Letters, Vol. I, Page 16.
Nor can one impute without qualification a contempt of women to homosexuals. Very often they are good friends to them. ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung Letters, Vol. I, Page 16.
Most homosexuals are suspended or potential males still clinging to their mother’s apron strings. ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung Letters, Vol. I, Page 16.
“Greek” homosexuality occurs, as said, in all primitive societies of males though it never led them to the soaring flights of Greek culture. The real foundation of the Greek spirit is not to be found in these primitive phenomena but in the specific endowments of the people. ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung Letters, Vol. I, Page 17.
At the time of Pericles there was even an epidemic of suicides among young girls feeling neglected by the men occupied with homosexual affairs. ~Carl Jung, Freud/Jung Letters, Vol. I, Page 188
The daimonion meant “music,” the art of feeling in contrast to his perpetual preoccupation with the “ratio” of the adolescent age, the worry of his homosexual Plato. \Vhere was h i s anima? Obviously in Xantippe5 a n d concealed in his daimonion, an apparent neuter. He also met her once in Diotima, without drawing conclusions except the wrong ones. Helas-he lived at a time when the wobbly polis still needed the homosexual glue. ~Carl Jung, Letters, Vol. II, Page 532.