archetype

[ ahr-ki-tahyp ]SEE DEFINITION OF archetype

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARCHETYPE

With them we think of the artificial as the archetype; the earth-born as the erratic exception.

In what relation does the archetype stand to the Creator himself?

Such adaptations are, so to speak, grafted on the archetype.

One program is the archetype for all the word processing that ever existed.

Nay, more, it is not only our mirror but our archetype for every thing.

For the Divine mind that planned the archetype also foreknew all its modifications.

The reason of the beauty in nature is the archetype of the beauty of the (bodily) organism.

Our own personality supplies us with the archetype of which we are in search.

Can an idea without an archetype be anything, but a chimera?

It is the archetype and therefore all inclusive and omnipotential.

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