Anima

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Anima may refer to:

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Religion and philosophy[edit]

  • Animism, the belief that objects, places, and creatures all possess a distinct spiritual essence
  • Anima, the Latin term for the "animating principle" and the Latin translation of the Greek psyche
    • On the Soul (De anima), Aristotle's treatise on the soul
    • Soul, the incorporeal essence of a living being in many religious, philosophical, and mythological traditions
    • Spirit, the vital principle or animating force within all living things
  • Anima and animus, expressions of the unconscious or true inner self of an individual in Carl Jung's school of analytical psychology

Places[edit]

  • Anima, Togo, village in the Doufelgou Prefecture in the Kara Region of north-eastern Togo

Nature[edit]

  • Gum anima or gum animae, a kind of gum or resin

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