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Essays referring to the modern scene and at the relation of the person to society, together with papers written in the course of the Nineteen Twenties and Nineteen Thirties concentrating on the upheaval in Germany, and significant works of Jung's final years, The Undiscovered Self and alien craft.

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Then she awoke. 3> The bull's agony reminded her of the torturings of animals 20 THE ROLE OF THE UNCONSCIOUS whose unwilling witness she had been. She abominated such things and was extraordinarily upset by them because of her un­ conscious identification with the tortured animal. There was something in her that could be expressed by the image of an ani­ mal being tortured. This image was evidently evoked by the spe­ cial emphasis on the belief in Christ in the hymns she was sing­ ing, for it was while she was singing that the bull got excited and broke its leg.

When, therefore, unconscious contents accumu­ late as a result of being consistently ignored, they are bound to exert an influence that is pathological. There are just as many neurotics among primitives as among civilized Europeans. Hys­ terical Africans are by no means rare in Africa. These disagree­ able manifestations of the unconscious account in large measure for the primitive fear of demons and the resultant rites of propitiation. a7 The compensatory function of the unconscious naturally does not contain in itself the conscious valuation, although it is wholly dependent on the conscious way of thinking.

Phylogenetically as well as ontogenetically we have grown up out of the dark confines of the earth; hence the factors that affected us most closely became archetypes, and it is these primordial images which influence us most directly, and there­ fore seem to be the most powerful. I say "seem" because what seems to us the most important thing psychically is not neces­ sarily the most important, or at least need not remain so. 56 What, then, are the most immediate archetypes? This ques­ tion leads us straight to the problem of archetypal functioning, and so to the heart of the difficulty.

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