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 §11 "When we say "the unconscious"​ we often mean to convey something by the term, but as a matter of fact we simply convey that we do not know what the unconscious is." §11 "When we say "the unconscious"​ we often mean to convey something by the term, but as a matter of fact we simply convey that we do not know what the unconscious is."
  
-§12 "It is always as if, and you should never forget that restriction."​ <fc green>It is in keeping with other works, for example, [[aker:collected_works:​cw8|On the Nature of the Psyche, CW8]]; the title speaks for itself. ​ Within that essay Jung talks of psychoid as an adjective not a noun when he uses the term:</​fc>​\\ ​+§12 "It is always as if, and you should never forget that restriction."​ <fc green>It is in keeping with other works, for example, [[collected_works:​cw8|On the Nature of the Psyche, CW8]]; the title speaks for itself. ​ Within that essay Jung talks of psychoid as an adjective not a noun when he uses the term:</​fc>​\\ ​
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 §21 "... First of all we have **//​sensation//​**,<​fc red><​sup>​6</​sup></​fc>​ ... "​\\ ​ §21 "... First of all we have **//​sensation//​**,<​fc red><​sup>​6</​sup></​fc>​ ... "​\\ ​
-<fc red><​sup>​6</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[[aker:collected_works:​cw6#​sensation|Psychological Types (C.W., vol. 6), Definition 47.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​+<fc red><​sup>​6</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[collected_works:​cw6#​sensation|Psychological Types (C.W., vol. 6), Definition 47.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​
 §22 "The next function that is distinguishable is **//​thinking//​**.<​fc red><​sup>​7</​sup></​fc>​ ... It gives a name to the thing. It adds a concept because thinking is perception and judgment. (German psychology calls it apperception.)<​fc red><​sup>​8</​sup></​fc>"​\\ ​ §22 "The next function that is distinguishable is **//​thinking//​**.<​fc red><​sup>​7</​sup></​fc>​ ... It gives a name to the thing. It adds a concept because thinking is perception and judgment. (German psychology calls it apperception.)<​fc red><​sup>​8</​sup></​fc>"​\\ ​
-<fc red><​sup>​7</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[[aker:collected_works:​cw6#​thinking|Ibid.,​ Def. 53.]]]</​sub>​\\  +<fc red><​sup>​7</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[collected_works:​cw6#​thinking|Ibid.,​ Def. 53.]]]</​sub>​\\  
-<fc red><​sup>​8</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[[aker:collected_works:​cw6#​apperception|Ibid.,​ Def. 5.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​+<fc red><​sup>​8</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[collected_works:​cw6#​apperception|Ibid.,​ Def. 5.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​
 §23 "The third function you can distinguish and for which ordinary language has a term is **//​feeling//​**.<​fc red><​sup>​9</​sup></​fc>​ ... Feeling informs you through its feeling-tones of the values of things. Feeling tells you for instance whether a thing is acceptable or agreeable or not. It tells you what a thing is worth to you. On account of that phenomenon, you cannot perceive <fc green>​(sensation)</​fc>​ and you cannot apperceive <fc green>​(Think)</​fc>​ without having a certain feeling reaction. ... Now the "​dreadful"​ thing about feeling is that it is, like thinking, a //​rational//<​fc red><​sup>​10</​sup></​fc>"​\\ ​ §23 "The third function you can distinguish and for which ordinary language has a term is **//​feeling//​**.<​fc red><​sup>​9</​sup></​fc>​ ... Feeling informs you through its feeling-tones of the values of things. Feeling tells you for instance whether a thing is acceptable or agreeable or not. It tells you what a thing is worth to you. On account of that phenomenon, you cannot perceive <fc green>​(sensation)</​fc>​ and you cannot apperceive <fc green>​(Think)</​fc>​ without having a certain feeling reaction. ... Now the "​dreadful"​ thing about feeling is that it is, like thinking, a //​rational//<​fc red><​sup>​10</​sup></​fc>"​\\ ​
-<fc red><​sup>​9</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[[aker:collected_works:​cw6#​feeling|Ibid.,​ Def. 21.]]]</​sub>​\\  +<fc red><​sup>​9</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[collected_works:​cw6#​feeling|Ibid.,​ Def. 21.]]]</​sub>​\\  
-<fc red><​sup>​10</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[[aker:collected_works:​cw6#​rational|Ibid.,​ Def. 44.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​+<fc red><​sup>​10</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[collected_works:​cw6#​rational|Ibid.,​ Def. 44.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​
 <fc green>​(Emphasis mine)</​fc>​ <fc green>​(Emphasis mine)</​fc>​
  
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 **//​feeling//​** tells us what it is worth to us. ...\\  **//​feeling//​** tells us what it is worth to us. ...\\ 
 But there is another category, and that is //time//. ... but you get the hunch that they will rise. That is what is called **//​intuition//​**,<​fc red><​sup>​11</​sup></​fc>​ ... But you can mix up //feeling// and //​intuition//​ easily. Therefore it is an almost __artificial distinction__ I make here, though for practical reasons it is most important that we make such a differentiation in scientific language."​\\ ​ But there is another category, and that is //time//. ... but you get the hunch that they will rise. That is what is called **//​intuition//​**,<​fc red><​sup>​11</​sup></​fc>​ ... But you can mix up //feeling// and //​intuition//​ easily. Therefore it is an almost __artificial distinction__ I make here, though for practical reasons it is most important that we make such a differentiation in scientific language."​\\ ​
-<fc red><​sup>​11</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[[aker:collected_works:​cw6#​feeling|Ibid.,​ Def. 35.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​+<fc red><​sup>​11</​sup></​fc><​sub>​[[collected_works:​cw6#​feeling|Ibid.,​ Def. 35.]]]</​sub>​\\ ​
 <fc green>​(Underline and Emphasis mine)</​fc>​ <fc green>​(Underline and Emphasis mine)</​fc>​
  
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 §87 "The deepest we can reach in our exploration of the unconscious mind is the layer where man is no longer a distinct individual, but where his mind widens out and merges into the mind of mankind - not the conscious mind, but the unconscious mind of mankind, where we are all the same.  As the body has its anatomical conformity in its two eyes and two ears and one heart and so on, with only slight individual differences,​ so has the mind its basic conformity.... " §87 "The deepest we can reach in our exploration of the unconscious mind is the layer where man is no longer a distinct individual, but where his mind widens out and merges into the mind of mankind - not the conscious mind, but the unconscious mind of mankind, where we are all the same.  As the body has its anatomical conformity in its two eyes and two ears and one heart and so on, with only slight individual differences,​ so has the mind its basic conformity.... "
  
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 §91 "When you analyse dreams or symptoms or fantasies of neurotic or normal people, you begin to penetrate the unconscious mind, and you can abolish its artificial threshold. ​ The personal unconscious is really something very relative, and its circle can be restricted and become so much narrower that it touches zero. ..." §91 "When you analyse dreams or symptoms or fantasies of neurotic or normal people, you begin to penetrate the unconscious mind, and you can abolish its artificial threshold. ​ The personal unconscious is really something very relative, and its circle can be restricted and become so much narrower that it touches zero. ..."