from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as archetypal.
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This is the archetypic tale of the betrayed wife, and it lives on our collective feminine psyche.
Can I identify familiar even archetypic shapes within the visual poem?
But if the Soul of the individual contains the Reason-Principles of all that it traverses, once more all men have their [archetypic] existence There: and it is our doctrine that every soul contains all the Reason-Principles that exist in the Kosmos: since then the Kosmos contains the Reason-Principles not merely of man, but also of all individual living things, so must the
Allied with this went Exemplarism, or the doctrine of archetypic ideas and the supposed knowledge of things in these Divine ideas.