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In the dream I have quoted, it is as if the soul were a child who accepts his guilt, and as if the omniscient and omnipotent good god were a driver, and as if the crowd were the collective (group) mind, and as if the interplay between the crowd and the driverwere theseemingly blind providence. 4. g. the soul bears the same relationship to guilt as the child to crime. Of all these processes that link the unknown to the known in an expedient and practical way (Foss, 1949, p. 56), it can be said: they also serve.

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6. W e can test this idea further and find that, though the implications of this view are difficult, it is still useful and others can use it as well. 7. Testing this theory against more extensive data shows that it is necessary to develop other hypotheses which make the first formulation untenable and it therefore needs revision. Either it is to be regarded as a metaphor only, or it has a different application from the one at first supposed. 33 Analytical psychology : a modern science If we now again review the writings on the self a good deal can be cleared up.

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