Covert wrote:Without looking anything up, I will try to state my idea of what a Jungian archetype is. And I confess it might come close to what you mean by a complex. To me an archetype is an undifferentiated idea, which seems to be shared by most people, and which comes into life by virtue of symbols, more than one, referencing it. The idea must embody the feeling of having meaning and can be first identified by a little, or a lot, of numinosity. Since archetypes are inherited they must come from DNA, and thus represent structures that go way back in our ancestry, at least to the swamps, and probably into inorganic, first formed elements of the universe. They are important because they signal our connectedness with fellow man and the universe at large. By mining them as best as we can, we individuate as they become more and more elements of our consciousness and understanding.
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