out by taking a quick look at two different pictorial models of time/space
reality and the human psyche.
first model is viewed through the eyes of the traditional, "orthodox"
behaviorist theory of personality. This first model is a theory that
claims we're born into this world as "clean slates." It's a theory
that claims all human behaviors are "programmed" into us by our particular
environment (or more recently by some cognitive behaviorist "regenades"
- some behaviors are thought to be possibly influenced by genetics.)
second model is based on Carl Jung's vision of the human psyche
and the "collective
hypothesized that our minds at birth contain "inherent predispositions"
to perceive in categories.
(In other words, we're not born as "clean slates.") Jung
called these "inherent predispositions" to perceive in categories:
of the constantly repeated experiences of humanity... a kind of readiness
to reproduce over and over again the same or similar mythical ideas..."