Marie Von Franz

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By: Core Webworks  21-03-2015
Keywords: Books, philosophy, Psychology

Scapegoat psychology: in certain groups, and in the family, there is sometimes one child, or one member of the family who takes on the role of doing all the evil, or all the embarrassing things that the others would like to do, or fear to do, and don't dare to do. Then the others push that child or teen more and more into evil or embarrassing actions. The criminal and the village idiot have a similar role. Each represent the negative redeemer. The criminal, like the idiot, redeems society from having to face it's own shadow. Because then they can say: it's that evil fellow who did the murder, or it's that silly fellow, the idiot, who blunders.

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