Examples Of Collective Unconscious Essays and Term Papers

  • Personal and Collective Unconscious

    The Personal and Collective Unconscious To many, the unconscious is a section of our minds that is inconceivable and almost nonexistent. Like many things in life, what we cannot explain, we cannot accept. Sigmund Freud, mastermind of the field of psychology, began to theorize and explain the concept...

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  • Theory's of Personality

    Theory's of Personality 1. Theme: The unconscious in Jungian theory (a) The collective unconscious stems from Freud’s idea of the unconscious being only repressed or forgotten items of thought. Jung felt that Freud’s hypothesis of the unconscious was incomplete because it did not go deep enough....

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  • Theorist Carl Jung

    Swiss-German psychoanalyst. Serving with S. Freud was instrumental in bringing psychology into the twentieth century by developing several theories of the unconscious. Born Carl Gustav Jung on July 26, 1875 in a small village of Kessewil. A well-educated family surrounded Jung, including clergymen and some eccentrics...

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  • Carl Jung Theory

    Jung identifies with the conscious mind. Closely related is the personal unconscious, which includes anything that is not presently conscious, but can be. The personal unconscious is like most people's understanding of the unconscious in that it includes both memories that are easily brought to mind and...

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  • Carl Jung

    Freud on the concept of the unconscious mind, but did not completely agree with Freud in many aspects of his theory. In turn, Jung founded his own school of psychology, which he called analytic psychology. He believed that all humans shared what he named the "collective unconscious". It is this part of the...

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  • Carl Jung and the Theory of Archetypes

    "anima," the feminine soul, who served as his main medium of communication with the deeper aspects of his unconscious. A leathery brown dwarf would show up guarding the entrance to the unconscious. He was "the shadow," a primitive companion for Jung's ego. Jung dreamt that he and the dwarf killed a beautiful...

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  • Jung Model by Young Woon Ko

    manifests itself. The synchronic event is a phenomenon developed in the unconscious depth of the mind, which is paradoxically made evident within the limit of the conscious mind. Jung theorizes that these ambiguous contents of the unconscious are difficult to be grasped in the conscious mind, because they cannot...

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  • Paper

    Both personal unconscious and collective unconscious shape the meaning of dreams. The meaning of dreams is in their new ideas. In her book on the power of dreams, Marie-Jeanne Abadie claims that “dreams weave the events of the day into a new pattern” (Abadie, 1999, p. 2). For example, Albert Einstein...

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  • Freud vs. Jung Theories

    consciousness is a thin slice of the total mind and describes it in an imagine of an iceberg. Believed that our unconscious mind holds all of our experiences, memories, and repressed materials. Our unconscious motives often competed with our conscious and create internal conflict which is in neurotic symptoms (anxiety...

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  • Carl Jung

    Jung believed archetypes or unconscious universal thoughts and ideas, were shared in the collective unconscious. It is these archetypes which help us to form our own: ideas, realities, fantasies, which are based on these unlearned and yet shared building blocks. An example of this is creation. “Consider...

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  • Carl Jung

    personality. Although Carl Jung’s theory of personality is usually identified as a psychoanalytic theory because of the emphasis that it places upon unconscious processes, it differs in some notable aspects from Freud’s theory of personality. What is so unique about Carl Jung’s view of humans is that it combines...

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  • Archetypes in Horror Films

    "The Personal and the Collective Unconscious," Carl Jung interprets the unconscious mind through the analyzing of dreams. Jung agrees with Freud that a certain part of the unconscious is reserved for forgotten or repressed memories, which he refers to as the "personal unconscious" (494). All contents...

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  • Freud on Pleasure

    of our lives is to maximize pleasure, while avoiding pain. In this theory, Freud s that this be in part due to our psyche (our soul), playing an unconscious role in our pursuit to reduce tension in our lives. While hedonism in its purest form is always the pursuit for pleasure in life, Freud acknowledges...

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  • Carl Jung Psychologist

    of integrating the conscious with the unconscious still maintaining conscious autonomy. Example of individuation- we must be true to our self. June and Freud had diff concepts collaborating for 6 years. June basic primary disagreement was diff theory of unconscious saw freed theory as incomplete and negative...

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  • Carl Jung

    Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1960) believes in the existence of the unconscious. However, he does not see the unconscious as animalistic, instinctual, or sexual; like Sigmund Freud; he sees it as more spiritual (Cherry 2013). He did spend time working with Sigmund Freud which had a major impact on Jung’s...

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  • Carl Jung and the Spiritual Anima and Animus

    founder of analytical psychology and believed that the process of individuation was required for a person to become whole. Jung discovered the collective unconscious, which included the concepts of archetypes and synchronicity. Branching out from Jung’s archetypes are the anima and animus. Von Franz states...

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  • Psychology

    unique 6. According to Freud, primitive instinctual motives and repressed memories are stored in the a, conscious mind. b. preconscious mind. c. unconscious mind. c. acting, thinking, and feeling d. all of the above LEARNING OBJECTIVE I 2. Allport calls the traits that influence and organize much...

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  • Analytical Psychology of Carl Jung

    consists of various systems including the personal unconscious with its complexes and a collective unconscious with its archetypes,” (PsychoHeresy Awareness Ministries). Analytic psychology is the analysis of the human mind, psyche and the unconscious, as well as the conscious components of the mind...

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  • Psychoanalysis

    schools of thought within psychology. These different schools of thought include: Psychoanalysis, behaviourism, humanism, cognitive etc. All of these examples have very different views and tend to rise to dominance at different times but each school of thought has contributed to our understanding of psychology...

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  • An Outline of Analytical Psychology

    conscious and unconscious aspects, a detailed theory of personality types and, most important, a full description of the universal, primordial images deriving from the deepest layers of the unconscious psyche. These primordial images are called archetypes of the collective unconscious. The latter discovery...

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