The Collective unconscious is a concept proposed by psychiatrist Carl Jung to describe a form of the unconscious mind that is common to all human beings and originates from the inherited structure of the brain. The Collective unconscious contains Archetypes, which are universal symbols and patterns of thinking that influence our perceptions, emotions, and behaviours. Jung believed that the Collective unconscious is not shaped by personal experience, but by the ancestral experience of humanity.
Free will is a philosophical concept that refers to the ability of human beings to make decisions or perform actions independently of any prior event or state of the universe. In this article, we will discuss it's meaning and philosophical traditions.