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The athletic motif

By: Walker, Ray C
Material type: TextTextDescription: 114pContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume Subject(s): Games
Contents:
Mythological background to the Olympic games. Modern collective activity and meaning of the athletic motif. The athletic motif in modern dream and fantasy
Abstract: 'My approach to the athletic motif is three-layered, and based on the notion that an archetype finds incarnation or expression in relative temporal dimensions. The first dimension, the archaelogically oldest, iis the manifestation in ancient myth....The second dimension is the modern deployment of the motif....the second is very much historically conditioned and carries with it definite temporal values....The third dimension is the personal and historical. Here are presented the dreams of modern individuals, and the relevancy of the athletic motif in their lives....'
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Thesis presented by Ray C. Walker to The C.G. Jung Institute [New York], January 1980.

Mythological background to the Olympic games. Modern collective activity and meaning of the athletic motif. The athletic motif in modern dream and fantasy

'My approach to the athletic motif is three-layered, and based on the notion that an archetype finds incarnation or expression in relative temporal dimensions. The first dimension, the archaelogically oldest, iis the manifestation in ancient myth....The second dimension is the modern deployment of the motif....the second is very much historically conditioned and carries with it definite temporal values....The third dimension is the personal and historical. Here are presented the dreams of modern individuals, and the relevancy of the athletic motif in their lives....'

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