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Farazmand F. The Role of collective unconscious in the Murals of Altamira Cave in Spain. kurmanj. 2019; 1 (1) :1-7
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Art and Architecture Faculty, Azad Islamic University, Tehran, Iran
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The cave men were illustrating on caves for getting to know himself and the world around. The illustrations are full of symbols and meanings and have used signs and different forms by deconstructing totem. To achieve more analyses about his mind needs discussion. Symbolic signs are representative of what is beyond what may seem at first glance. Those are connected with everyday life. In fact, symbols have collective unconscious aspects which stand for thinking method and life style.
The importance of knowing Paleolithic art and cognitive grounds for it had formed cultures. The qualities of these works of art and the ambiguities of them in the interpretation of their message to the viewer look mysterious. Thus, methodological and vast studies about prehistoric art till the 16th century are started and still being continued.
Such researches are increasing as a result of new findings in the 20th century. Jung’s psychological analyses about prehistoric human mind and its connection with unconscious me in attaining unconsciousness is assesses in this paper and the symbolic act of Paleolithic man which originates from his dreams are analyzed. The research method is a descriptive, analytical, and comparative one while the data gathering method is biblical one. By implemented examinations, we can apply Jung’s views on the analyses of Paleolithic cave art which follows by mythological studies later on.
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Received: 2019/02/3 | Accepted: 2019/10/19 | Published: 2019/12/31

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