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Re-Visioning Psychologyby James Hillman
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This groundbreaking classic explores the necessity of connections between our life and soul and developing the main lines of the soul-making process.
"More than any other author in the last part of this century, Hillman deserves credit for restoring 'soul' to its psychological sense." Utne Reader
"Reading this book is a mind-blowing experience....[It] sizzles with the provocative ideas of a person of obvious talent and imagination." Christian Century
"As an explorer of the imaginary realm of the psyche faithful to the reality of the archetypes rather than to any one theory about them, Hillman has no living peer." Library Journal
A groundbreaking classic work by the pioneer of soul-making.
This book is about soul-making. It is an attempt at a psychology of soul, an essay in re-visioning psychology from the point of view of soul. This book is therefore old-fashioned and radically novel because it harks back to the classical notions of soul and yet advances ideas that current psychology has not even begun t consider. Because the soul cannot be understood through psychology alone, our vision even leaves the field of psychology as it is usually thought of, and moves widely through history, philosophy, and religion.
About the Author
James Hillman is a psychologist, scholar, international lecturer, and the author of more than twenty books, including The Soul's Code, Re-Visioning Psychology, Healing Fiction, The Dream and the Underworld, InterViews, and Suicide and the Soul. A Jungian analyst and the originator of post-Jungian "archetypal psychology," he has held teaching positions at Yale University, Syracuse University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Dallas. He lives in Connecticut.
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