Jung and Pauli shared their parallel visions of psychology and physics for almost 30 years. During this time, they exchanged over 80 comprehensive letters, eventually published in an anthology called Atom And Archetype.

These letters articulated the evolving compatibilities between their studies, even though their respective backgrounds prevented them from agreeing on absolutely everything. In 1952, they even co-published a book of essays called The Interpretation of Nature and the Psyche.

In this video, you will find out what impact Pauli and Jung had on each other.