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AI’s reflection of the Collective Unconscious

I’m very new to philosophy, only having read some Emerson and currently loving Kierkegaard, so I apologize in advance if this isn’t the right place to ask this or if it’s a very rudimentary question. ...
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Wittgenstein like analysis of Carl Jung's work?

So I've been skeptical of Jung's ideas. More so because one of the philosophical moves Wittgenstein makes is: considering the possibility that just because you can grammatically string a bunch of ...
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Religious provisions to Jung's "male-female" archetype

In page 69 of his "Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious", Jung writes: The anima image, which lends the mother such superhuman glamour in the eyes of the son, gradually becomes ...
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For ye continue to dream in the unconscious while awake [closed]

What does it mean to take Jung seriously when he says that we "continue to dream in the unconscious while awake?"
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Would Carl Jung be considered a postmodernist?

All of Jung's colleagues were modernists, primarily because postmodernism wasn't around yet; they were all Freudian, and, as such, followed the Oedipal grand narrative. Jung, however, had a completely ...
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Objectivist Aesthetics and the Jungian Archetypes

Rand and Piekoff talk a lot about romantic art. They talk about how art symbolises metaphysical and ethical values and ideals (I believe). They also talk about art relating to people based on their ...
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