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    Carl Jung Archetypes

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    Innate human tendencies have been described in variety of ways. The term “archetype” refers to recurrent patterns of design, story-telling, symbol-making and ritual expressions found all over the planet at different historical times. Knowing that each human is the reincarnation of a long-lineage of ancestors, you would expect to find common themes of pattern recognition, group behavior, story-telling and symbol-making wherever you found humans. Species memory, perceptual skills, needs, drives, feelings, desires and behaviors are built in and find common expressions world-wide. Urges, desires, designs, feelings cry out from within. Carl Jung interpreted archetypes as an expression of a “collective unconscious” – his term for the repository…

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    Carl Jung Research Paper

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    Overall bio of Carl Jung Childhood Carl Jung was, in my opinion, an extremely important man in the revolution of Neurology. And although he specified more in the area of psychology, he made great strides and influence in the area of Neurochemistry. He was, in fact, most commonly known for not only the human psyche, but also dream analysis and the collective unconscious. In his early childhood I think it’s interesting how much his life resonates with common issues in the human psyche. He was the…

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    extensively in the works of Carl Jung. According to Jung, the personal unconscious was characterized by complexes. In Jung 's system, Complexes are emotion-laden themes from an individual’s life. For example, if a person had a leg amputation when they were children, their life would be influenced in a significant way even if they were successful in confirming the handicap. A person might have many emotions, thoughts, memories, triumphs, feelings of inferiority, determination, and bitterness…

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    Carl Jung Research Paper

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    stronger so that they can withstand long winters? What is the shape of the earth? What are our bodies made out of? However, it was not till recent history that the study the brain and psychological concepts has become a large part of modern science. Many great people that contributed to the advancement of psychological practice. Of those, some had ideas that are still accepted today, some were ridiculed at the time of release, but grew to be acknowledged, and others that were so preposterous…

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    Carl Jung Hamlet Analysis

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    This lens first originated in the early 1900’s from Austrian psychologist, Sigmund Freud and his theory of the psychodynamic perspective. Freud had a student named Carl Jung who did more research into archetypes of characters. Jung’s research took a wider angle view than Freud’s. He looked how characters were similar overall instead of looking at one particular character. Freudian theory suggests that the unconscious mind controls more of one’s actions and behaviors than most people suspect,…

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    Carl Jung Research Paper

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    Jung believed that a human being is deeply whole but most of us humans have lost touch with some of the most important parts of our selves. Through waking imagination and listening to the messages of our dreams, we can link and reintegrate our different parts. Life’s goal is individuation, the process of coming to know, giving expression to, and balancing the different components of the psyche. If we understand our uniqueness, we can forgo a process of individuation and start to understand our…

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    A Psychoanalytical Approach on Stanger Things Numerous psychologists have developed and offered their own theories regarding personality. These theories have been used to describe human nature in an everyday setting and in characters in fictional works. This paper will apply Carl Jung’s psychoanalytical approach on several character from the Netflix original series, Stranger Things. Carl Jung and Psychoanalytical Psychology Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist who began his career in a mental…

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    In The Personal and the Collective Unconscious, Carl Jung details a variety of encounters with his patients in order to forward his psychoanalytic theory of the unconscious. Jung argues that the unconscious exists as a space of ongoing psychic activity outside of rational will and human agency; the unconscious will inevitably produce symbolic images separate from contingently formulated thoughts and feelings. In synthesizing the messy overlap of polarized symbols present in the personal…

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    Individually, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung had extraordinarily thought-provoking perspectives on the substance of the unconscious. Freud approached the subject of the unconscious by supposing awareness existed in stratums and there existed considerations occurring beneath the surface. He possessed a pessimistic obsession with the mechanisms of the unconscious, and surmised that it was motivated by instinct and stayed in unremitting turmoil. He believed in a rational, measurable approach that was…

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    Differences between Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung Sigmund Freud was a master of Carl Gustav Jung’s and they contributed to psychology with their common ideas and theories. Some time later, Carl Jung started to contribute to psychology with his theories without his master Sigmund Freud. ‘Archetypes’ is a theory which belongs to Carl Jung and ‘The Psyche’ is a theory which belongs to Sigmund Freud. These two men differ from each other. Carl Jung disagreed with Freud with respect to have a…

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