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The idea of the archetype began with Jung’s exploration of cross cultural motifs…

So, then, wouldn’t the analogy to atoms apply to archetypes as well? Meaning, there are realists and non-realists with respect to the archetype? In which case, what sort of evidence would be helpful here? If no amount of evidence can convince a non-realist that atoms are anything other than a set of observations, the same...

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