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ID number:743627
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Published: 10.05.2003.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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An archetype is a universal human concept. They are in every culture in different forms. Carl Jung believed that because concepts appear in every civilization that had no contact with one another because of geography or history, that these concepts must be a part of all humans from the beginning of their lives. "Archetypes are the inherited part of being human, [they connect] us to our past, beyond our personal experience to a common source."( Skibyak) The Cherokees, a Native American tribe had many legends and myths that explained some of the archetypes in their culture. …

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