The unconscious, if not regarded outright as a sort of refuse bin underneath the conscious mind, is at any rate supposed to be of “merely animal nature”. In reality, however, and by definition it is of uncertain extent and constitution, so that overvaluation and undervaluation of it is pointless and can be dismissed as mere prejudice.
- Pg. 50, The Undiscovered Self – C.G. Jung, 9-780691-150512