archetypal

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{a} belonging to the original
Of or pertaining to an archetype
Someone or something that is archetypal has all the most important characteristics of a particular kind of person or thing and is a perfect example of it. Cricket is the archetypal English game
{s} of or pertaining to an archetype (original pattern, prototype, paradigm)
representing or constituting an original type after which other similar things are patterned; "archetypal patterns"; "she was the prototypal student activist"
Of or pertaining to an archetype; consisting a model (real or ideal) or pattern; original
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According to the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, a universal pattern of thought, present in an individual's unconscious, inherited from the past collective experience of humanity
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(usage conflict) A person, story, concept, or object that is based on a known archetype; an archetypal character
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a prototype
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{n} the original, a pattern, a model
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1. a very typical example. 2. an original model. 3. (Psychoanalysis - in Jungian theory) a primitive mental image inherited from the earliest human ancestors and supposed to be present in the collective unconscious. 4. a recurrent motif in literature or art
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A thematic combination of characters and cards that are inherent in most CCG's Different deck archetypes include, but are not limited to, Stasis, Denial, Disruption, Speed/Burn, Beatdown, etc "My Spike Beatdown Deck is all about Quarterstaff, Supernatural Boost, Superior Fighting and Weapons Expert It all comes down to Spike at around 18 Butt-kicking Step up!"
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The plan or fundamental structure on which a natural group of animals or plants or their systems of organs are assumed to have been constructed; as, the vertebrate archetype
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The original pattern or model of a work; or the model from which a thing is made or formed
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the original pattern or model of which all things of the same type are representations or copies (e g , Romeo and Juliet is the archetype for a tragic love story )
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An archetype is the transcendent 'original' that numerous species that have an affinity of design approximate, according to the transcendentalist philosophy that preceded Darwin The term literally means 'ruling kind' A term used to describe archetypes is the German Bauplan, meaning 'blueprint' or 'building plan' Nowadays this German term has lost its essentialist flavour, and instead is understood to represent ancestral novelties shared by all or most of a group of species
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the original pattern or model of which all things of the same type are representations or copies also, a Platonic idea (Instructor's note: both of these definitions only hint at the way we use this word in class My definition is based on Jungian thinking: an image or symbol shared by mankind throughout the ages and continents, thusly imbued with intense psychological content example - "the eternal flame", once essential for safety of a tribe, now merely a powerful symbol of respect or endurance )
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Stem (sensu stricto) The most recent common ancestor of all extant manuscripts in an textual tradition Stem (sensu lato) The most recent common ancestor of a particular set of manuscripts under discussion
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A term used to describe universal symbols that evoke deep and sometimes unconscious responses in a reader In literature, characters, images, and themes that symbolically embody universal meanings and basic human experiences, regardless of when or where they live, are considered archetypes Common literary archetypes include stories of quests, initiations, scapegoats, descents to the underworld, and ascents to heaven See also mythological criticism
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a plot or character element that recurs in cultural or cross-cultural myths such as "the quest" or "descent into the underworld" or "scapegoat " Close Window
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The original pattern or model; the prototype; "Archos" means first and "typos" means model; a perfect example; the blue print, the basic pattern, smelling is the faculty of keen perception that eventually brings a person back to the source from whence they came, the archetypal plane, the plane where their true home is to be found; forms originate upon the archetypal planes, through the agency of divine thought, and from thence (through directed streams of intelligent energy) acquire substance as they are reproduced upon each plane, until eventually (on the physical plane) the form stands revealed at its densest point of manifestation
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An original pattern or model The essential principle behind an idea
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Universal symbols that speak to us in the language of the subconscious They are the ideal images of deities and other powers that embody concepts such as knowledge and beauty, and allow us to communicate such concepts to the subconscious in order to perform magick, divination and other rituals Art, The - generally, the Magickal Arts or Art Magickal; the skills and practices of magick; however, "Art" has the connotation of "ability, talent", of something innate, rather than merely a learned skill or practice, such as distinguishes the artist from the draftsman: both may need to learn the skills of the trade but the innate talent of the artist awakens and is channeled by such training
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{i} model, pattern
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the inherited tendency to perceive and act in certain ways, common to all
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A symbol, usually an image, which recurs often enough in literature to be recognizable as an element of one's literary experience as a whole
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(from St Augustine and Jacob Burkhardt's "primordial image"; also, a version of Levy-Bruhl's "representations collectives"): a constitutive prototype or form or Gestalt within the collective unconscious; a ruling "organ" of the psyche and Platonic blueprint for its activity Complexes of the collective unconscious Images and emotions (both must be present) The psychic form of preformed mechanism for the development of consciousness by ordering the chaos of perceptions into meaningful patterns Instinctive behavior pattern grounded in the fundamental structure of living matter Archetypes organize our perceptions, collect images, regulate, modify, motivate, and even develop conscious contents, plot the course of developments in advance, set up bridges between the ego and its instinctive and collective roots, lead the channeling and conversion of instinctual energy, and "represent the authentic element of spirit" and a "spiritual goal "
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An archetype is something that is considered to be a perfect or typical example of a particular kind of person or thing, because it has all their most important characteristics. He came to this country 20 years ago and is the archetype of the successful Asian businessman. = epitome. a perfect example of something, because it has all the most important qualities of things that belong to that type archetype of (archetypum, from , from archein ( ARCH-) + typos ). Primordial image, character, or pattern of circumstances that recurs throughout literature and thought consistently enough to be considered universal. Literary critics adopted the term from Carl Gustav Jung's theory of the collective unconscious. Because archetypes originate in pre-logical thought, they are held to evoke startlingly similar feelings in reader and author. Examples of archetypal symbols include the snake, whale, eagle, and vulture. An archetypal theme is the passage from innocence to experience; archetypal characters include the blood brother, rebel, wise grandparent, and prostitute with a heart of gold
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Character in a work of literature, film or television, demonstrating the qualities of a type e g hero or villain
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An ideal example of something; a quintessence
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an original model on which something is patterned
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something in the world, and described in literature, that, according to the psychologist Karl Jung, manifests a dominant theme in the collective unconscious of human beings Northrop Frye in his Anatomy of Criticism argues for a taxonomy of consciously literary archetypes in Western literature See symbol
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An original model from which anything is made There are archetypes in mental matter of all the different forms in the dense world They are not merely models, but are living things, creative moulds, and fashion the forms in their own likeness
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According to the Swiss psychologist Carl Jung, a universal pattern of thought, present in an individuals unconscious, inherited from the past collective experience of humanity
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To depict as, model using or otherwise associate a subject or object with an archetype
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A person, story, concept, or object that is based on a known archetype; an archetypal character
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An original model or pattern from which other later copies are made, especially a character, an action, or situation that seems to represent common patterns of human life generally Often, archetypes include a symbol, a theme, a setting, or a character that some critics think have a common meaning in an entire culture, or even the entire human race Archetypes recur in different times and places in myth, literature, folklore, dreams, and rituals The psychologist Carl Jung believed that the archetype originates in the collective unconscious of mankind in shared experiences of a race, such as birth, death, love, family life, struggles--all of which would be expressed in the subconscious of an individual who would recreate them in myths, dreams, and literature The study of these archetypes in literature is known as archetypal criticism or mythic criticism Archetypes are also called universal symbols
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An original model of which all other similar persons, objects, or concepts are merely derivative, copied, patterned, or emulated; a prototype
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A strategy based on a particular card or set of cards in the TCG Certain archetypal decks are usually very strong, and thus certain archetypes, such as Raindance and Haymaker, have become very popular See our pages on archetypes
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The standard weight or coin by which others are adjusted
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