The archetype as Jung defined it requires an affective dimension…

All: Well spoken, Roger.  As for the term ‘archetype’, there are plenty of scholarly treatments of the question ‘what do we mean when we say archetype’ out there that go into this issue in great depth.  In any case, the archetype as Jung defined it requires an affective dimension.  There needs to be a strong emotionality and insistence behind idea…

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