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In the aftermath of World War I C. G. Jung responded to the destruction wrought by humankind by imagining humanity as a single, semi-conscious being. Jung imagines a naturalistic God capable of helping us remember how to be a people by using an awareness of all of human history to guide the species' decision-making. As a psychologist I use Jung's image to cultivate this "generational attention" in progressive political groups, particularly helping them cultivate the "public emotionaldoi:10.29173/jjs51s fatcat:w2vmiitozngzlfl7q6ch3rwi5e