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a first form from which varieties arise or imitations are made

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something that serves as a model or a basis for making copies

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Moreover, the archetypes associated with the complex(es) are also dependent on experience and will influence future complexes:
Guide 7: Applying systems archetypes includes using systems archetypes as lenses, structural pattern templates, dynamic theories and tools for predicting behaviour.
Based on the Jungian hypothesis of the archetype as a "primordial image," that is universal and ahistorical, the Durandian perspective sees the processes to update and substantiate the archetypes as the basis for myth development.
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If nothing else, her charts of the parallel elements of the hero and heroine quests on page 5 and of the woman's life journey and the cycle of female archetypes mapped onto phases of the moon on pages 176-7 provide an excellent compact framework for the visually-minded for the study of the feminine in myth.
This archetype system can very easily be applied to any school system in a similar climate zone to calculate energy savings potential," explains Jim Cotton, associate professor of mechanical engineering at McMaster.
Bodkin's main thesis, taken from Jung, is that certain poems possess a special emotional significance due to the excitation of unconscious forces known as archetypes, which have been described as recurring, primordial, inherited images that determine an individual's present experience.
In this subchapter, Rensma looks at the relationship between archetypes and instincts and explains that in Jungian perspective, the archetype links instincts to the outside world, and as an innate structure that humans are born with, prepares humans for the regular situations of the world.
Comics like Superman and Batman, which have no religion in the storyline, are based on Judeo-Christian archetypes mainly because these archetypes lead to good storytelling.
Throughout history, human behavior has been informed and influenced by archetypes.
The archetypes that we behold vary, depending on our experiences and background.
The hero symbolizes a man's unconscious self, and this manifests itself empirically as the sum total of all archetypes and therefore includes the archetype of the father and of the wise old man (Read at all, 1979).
The results section has three parts, showing archetype system comparisons, application domains, and places where archetypes are being used.
There are well-known archetypes of fixes that fail, eroding safety goals and degrading the incident reporting scheme (Braun, 2002).
Although some would suggest that authors' conscious decisions to follow scientific principles would negate archetypes of the unconscious, Monk believes writers "consciously manipulat[e] the archetype of the otherSelf, sharing the unconscious impulses that lead to writing fiction of any kind, but consciously applying design principles as part of technique" (78).