Carl Jung

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Carl Jung in 1910

Carl Jung was a psychologist who sought to explain much of human psychology through mythology and by noting humanity's use of a startlingly unified symbology, even across cultures. Jung referred to these common symbols as archetypes. He wrote a book, Man and his Symbols,[1] to explain as much, and his work was heavily influential on Joseph Campbell, who examined similar topics.

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  1. Find quotes from the book here.