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Collected Works of C. G. Jung, Volume 9

Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious

The book delves into Jung's concept of the collective unconscious, exploring the universal patterns and images that are inherited by all human beings, known as archetypes. It examines the role of these archetypes in shaping human behavior, dreams, and myths, providing insight into the shared foundations of the human psyche.

Key points:

1. Archetypes: Jung's concept of universal models influencing human behavior, such as the mother or trickster, which are part of our collective unconscious.

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