Asked by Fuller Lawson on Feb 29, 2024



Carl Jung would have agreed that:

A) Darth Vader and dragons represent the shadow archetype.
B) the collective unconscious differs for each person.
C) human personality is mostly driven by "dark" forces.
D) past conflicts provide the only motivation for current behaviors.

Shadow Archetype

In Jungian psychology, a concept referring to the unconscious aspect of the personality which the conscious ego does not identify in itself, often embodying traits one dislikes or fears.

Collective Unconscious

A concept in Jungian psychology referring to the part of the unconscious mind which is derived from ancestral memory and experience and is common to all humankind.

Carl Jung

A Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology, known for concepts like archetypes and the collective unconscious.

  • Acquire knowledge about the notion of archetypes and their widespread presence across myths, art, and dreams.
  • Appreciate the fundamental input of key psychologists, like Carl Jung, in the exploration of personality and the unconscious processes.

Verified Answer

preston bocchi

Feb 29, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Carl Jung believed in the existence of archetypes in the collective unconscious, and the shadow archetype represents the dark, repressed aspects of the self. Both Darth Vader and dragons can be seen as representing this archetype. However, he did not believe that human personality is mostly driven by "dark" forces, nor did he believe that the collective unconscious differs for each person. Lastly, while past conflicts can influence current behaviors, they are not the only form of motivation according to Jung.