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A definition of "collective imaginary" can be found in the work of Gaston Bachelard and Gilbert Durand, as a place where imagination and cultural symbols meet, a vast sea in which symbols and myths are the deeply hidden sources of the imaginative encyclopaedia (a repertoire of stories and visions) of the social formation we live in. One of the richest among the symbolic and mythical knots is linked to shadow and darkness, domains of the unknown and of the terrifying – a fertile seed for moredoi:10.13136/isr.v11i1.416 fatcat:ommcsstt6bdefckyhlb7gtnnga