I agree. Nonetheless we're still being guided into analyzing life using a one-dimensional measure. The polytheistic cultures give us 23 dimensions. Jung's point is that good vs. evil is contextual. Letting your Warrior dominate might be "good" when you're playing football, but not so much at the next morning's corporate staff meeting. He cautions us that we need healthy outlets for all of our spirits. If we suppress one of them he or she will suffer in frustration and then one day burst out in anger, often at the worst possible moment. And of course everyone is different and some of those spirits are more dominant than others. You just can't get a model like that out of monotheism. Perhaps the Yi Jing's "digital encoding" of "analog spirits" using those six little blocks works better.