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By Hans Primas

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6 way. 85). This criterion applies to scientific theories as well. e. 6. U. " (Dirac, 1964). 5 The~e is no Insight without Inne~ Pia~es 33 There is a close connection between aha-reactions and the psychological process that creates new ideas. This creative process is quite mysterious. Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855) reports in a letter to Wilhelm Olbers about the work on his famous Disquisitiones A~ithme­ tiaae: "V'<'eAeJr. Manget ha;t mill. ht unen odeJr. edeJr. n deJr. eJ:zten zeU. AbeJr. h jedeAma.!

G. Erich Neumann, 1954). Whether they occur spontaneously or in reaction to the evolution of consciousness or to social and political changes is largely an open question. 5 There is no Insight bYi"thout Inner Piatu:res 37 ception and every theory has an unconscious core of meaning expressing archetypal truths. hetypeL> • ••• 111 thUJr. hetypa1. Uty. " (Jung, Co ll. 342). The rich mathematical symbolism of modern scientific theories expresses both aspects of the outer reality and archetypal aspects of the collective unconscious.

On the other hand, a new paradigm is not accepted in empirical science unless it has substantial explanatory success. The classical scientific ideal of unprejudiced and objectively demonstrable knowledge is not tenable. Reality has to be constructed theoretically, it is dependent on the adopted point of view. Philosophical questions are not without consequences in the establishment of science. Some popular philosophical views, like positivism,and operationalism, are not only untenable but a threat to man's creative possibilities.

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