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The "collective unconscious" is the part of the collective psyche that is unconscious, the other parts being consciousness of the perceptible world and consciousness itself. The collective unconscious is different from and in addition to the personal unconscious in that it is a stratum of reality that "does not derive from personal experience and is not a personal acquisition but is inborn...universal...[and] more or less the same everywhere and in all individuals." (Jung, 1934 [1948]).
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The "collective [[unconscious]]" is the part of the collective [[psyche]] that is unconscious, the [[other]] parts [[being]] [[consciousness]] of the perceptible [[world]] and consciousness itself. The [[collective unconscious]] is different from and in addition to the personal unconscious in that it is a stratum of [[reality]] that "does not derive from personal [[experience]] and is not a personal acquisition but is inborn...universal...[and] more or less the same everywhere and in all individuals." ([[Jung]], 1934 [[[1948]]]).
  
 
The term collective unconscious was first...
 
The term collective unconscious was first...

Latest revision as of 00:15, 24 May 2019

The "collective unconscious" is the part of the collective psyche that is unconscious, the other parts being consciousness of the perceptible world and consciousness itself. The collective unconscious is different from and in addition to the personal unconscious in that it is a stratum of reality that "does not derive from personal experience and is not a personal acquisition but is inborn...universal...[and] more or less the same everywhere and in all individuals." (Jung, 1934 [[[1948]]]).

The term collective unconscious was first...