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What did Carl Jung mean by the collective unconscious? is below.
- What did Carl Jung mean by the collective unconscious?
- Carl Jung, is known both for his theory of the collective unconscious and for his inability to spell his name, Young, properly.
The Collective Unconscious is his theory of why that women go to the bathroom in groups. There is no other explanation than they are somehow connected to each other through their unconscious.
Jung wrote: Simia quam similis, turpissimus bestia, nobis! Thus explaining that women synchronize and coordinate their needs to go to the restroom and that if one took a survey of the world all women go to the bathroom at approximately 19 minutes after the start of every hour, except during daylight savings time.
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