archetype

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archetype englannista suomeksi

  1. esikuva

  1. Substantiivi

  2. arkkityyppi, eksemplaari, perikuva

  3. eksemplaari, perikuva

  4. malliesimerkki, perikuva

  5. arkkityyppi

  6. Verbi

archetype englanniksi

  1. An original model of which all other similar concepts, objects, or persons are merely copied, derivative, emulated, or patterned; a prototype. (defdate)

  2. (RQ:Browne Hydriotaphia) added unto his Name he had remained fruitleſſe, and without the power of generation: (..) So that being ſterill before, he received the power of generation from that meaſure and manſion in the Archetype; and was made conformable unto ''(Kabbalah)|Binah''.

  3. (quote-journal)|month=June|year=1790|volume=II|page=164|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=MYYCAAAAYAAJ&vq=archetype&pg=PA164|oclc=901376714|passage=Sir Edward Newenden, a married man, the guardian of Ethelinde at the deceaſe of her father, and who is enamoured of his ward, is evidently a copy, ''in the outline'', or Mr. Monckton in the novel of Cecilia. His manners, however, are of a much more engaging nature than thoſe of his archetype.

  4. (quote-book)|year=1848|page=177|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=IYqb_btyzS0C&pg=RA1-PA177|oclc=5368436|passage=Outlines of the chief developments of the dermoskeleton, in different vertebrates, which are usually more or less ossified, are added to the endoskeletal archetype: as, ''e.g.'' the median horn supported by the nasal spine (..) in the rhinoceros; (..)

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  6. An ideal example of something; a quintessence.

  7. (quote-book),(nb...)|title=The Works of Richard Hurd, D.D. Lord Bishop of Worcester. In Eight Volumes|location=London|publisher=Printed for Cadell (publisher)|Thomas Cadell and W. Davies,(nb...)|year=1811|volume=VIII|page=340|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=lUgJAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA340|oclc=863240065|passage=The Bishop Bishop of Gloucester|Gloucester, (w) asserts ''there is no Archetype'', because eloquence is a variable thing, depending on custom and fashion; (..) there is no Archetype in nature of perfect eloquence; its very constituent parts, as they are deemed, having no substance or reality in them.

  8. (quote-web)|date=27 May 2012|passage=“(w)” doubles as a terrific showcase for the Sea Captain who, in the grand tradition of ''Simpsons|Simpsons'' supporting characters, quickly goes from being a stereotype to an archetype, from being ''a'' crusty sea-captain character to ''the'' crusty sea-captain character.

  9. A character, object, or story that is based on a known character, object, or story.

  10. (quote-book)|year=2009|page=Xiii|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=rYB3UQEbkQ0C&pg=PR13|isbn=978-0-87910-368-2|passage=Archetypes are figures and creatures that inhabit the pools of the world's mythology, folk tales, epics, and ballads. (..) Thus archetypes are universal essences that we all recognize: the Mother, the Lover, the Trickster, the Spiritual and Temporal Leader, the Devil.

  11. According to Swiss psychologist (w): a universal pattern of thought, present in an individual's unconscious, inherited from the past collective experience of humanity.

  12. (quote-book); London: Routledge and Kegan Paul|year=1968|year_published=1990|pages=37–38|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=Yc5PlU9MyDwC&pg=PA37|isbn=978-0-691-09761-9|passage=The three archetypes so far discussed—the shadow, the anima, and the wise old man—are of a kind that can be directly experienced in personified form. In the foregoing I tried to indicate the general psychological conditions in which such an experience arises. But what I conveyed were only abstract generalizations. One could, or rather should, really give a description of the process as it occurs in immediate experience. In the course of this process the archetypes appear as active personalities in dreams and fantasies.

  13. (quote-book)|year=2012|section=section 3.1 (Organizational Archetypes)|pages=28–29|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=2OVbhAKJ6eQC&pg=PA29|isbn=978-0-85793-798-8|passage=According to Jung|Carl Jung, all the most important ideas, in both science and religion, originate from archetypes. People acquire archetypal images and notions and consciously convert them to ideas, art, technology, and other products of culture and civilization. Archetypes also play a crucial role in the development of the individual. (..) Typical archetypes connected with individuation are the archetypes of transformation, like birth, death and rebirth.

  14. A (l).

  15. (quote-book) has long been recognized. In the last century some scholars even persuaded themselves that it was the archetype of the whole extant tradition.

  16. To depict as, model using, or otherwise associate an object or subject with an archetype.

  17. (quote-journal)|year=1997||volume=31|issue=1|page=11|issn=0028-8322|oclc=760532685|passage=These stereotypes of indigenous peoples implied obvious roles for the associated Europeans—heirs to the Dying, bleaching agents to the Whitening. But the interaction of conceptions of Us and Them went further, through ''archetyping'' and ''anti-typing''. Maoris were sometimes archetyped or idealized, as with the Noble Savage and some Whitening Savages.

  18. (quote-journal)|date=31 October 2003|passage=His collaborator was Robert Singer, a professor of English and film studies at Kingsborough Community College, who lamented this week that he and his fellow Brooklynites "have been archetyped to death."

  19. (inflection of)