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468). As Jung puts it: "every case I am treating has a criminal in himself. ). But Jung says that he cannot talk about the analysis of a murderer as they do not come to him for treatment and each case is individual. He will not even say that all murderers should be analysed. And in relation to one's own criminality, pale or otherwise, Jung asserts that one must see one's criminal point, the criminal personality in oneself. Until then, one cannot become integrated. "The purpose of individuation is that every part of the individual must be integrated, also the criminal part; otherwise it is left by itself and works evil" (ibid.
These latter libidinal instincts of love include the sadistic instinct-sadism regarded by Freud as being a part of sexual life. However, the later Freud postulated an independent, innate, aggressive instinct, which he discussed in greater detail in chapter vii and viii of this work. In this later modified theory of the instincts, the sexual and self-preservative instincts are subsumed by the life instincts (Eros), which are locked in immortal combat with the destructive death instincts (Thanatos).
He felt the need to postulate such a death drive due to the ubiquity of nonerotic destructiveness and aggressivity. The inclination to aggression is an original, self-subsisting instinctual disposition in man, and ... it constitutes the greatest impediment to civilization ... man's natural aggressive instinct, the hostility of each against all and of all against each, opposes this programme of civilization [ibid. p. 59]. However, that said, sadism (the death drive) is entwined with the erotic aim.