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An explanation about a Jungian Archetype

Indie WinterIndie Winter NattravnenRegistered User regular
edited December 2009 in Help / Advice Forum
I need to find out as much as I can about one of Jung's archetypes, The Faceless Man. What he represents, what part of the psyche is he linked to, everything available. Anyone with some knowledge in psychotherapy able to help me?

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  • SentrySentry Registered User regular
    edited December 2009
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    When I was a little kid, I always pretended I was the hero,' Skip said.
    'Fuck yeah, me too. What little kid ever pretended to be part of the lynch-mob?'
  • Indie WinterIndie Winter Nattravnen Registered User regular
    edited December 2009
    Google was what I first tried, but that little tidbit doesn't really help me

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  • SentrySentry Registered User regular
    edited December 2009
    Google was what I first tried, but that little tidbit doesn't really help me

    Then you should elaborate on your question because it answers both of the things you asked.

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    wrote:
    When I was a little kid, I always pretended I was the hero,' Skip said.
    'Fuck yeah, me too. What little kid ever pretended to be part of the lynch-mob?'
  • BurnageBurnage Registered User regular
    edited December 2009
    I'm not sure if Jung ever wrote anything about a "Faceless Man" archetype; I can't remember him mentioning it in any of his books I've read, and my brief online search now isn't bringing up anything by him. Maybe it's a variation on the animus?

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