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Typical of Jungian discourse, everyone is now writing about cultural complexes as if they actually exist.

Dear all, A cultural complex is not a thing or a substance, but simply a way of looking at things. I think we lose sight of this too quickly in our desire to reify our concepts and theories. Then we congratulate ourselves for identifying “things” that are assumed to be real. As this is supposed...

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