Relationships: Transforming Archetypes
This text is an examination of the masculine and feminine archetypes that affect how and whether we allow important relationships. The common belief is that masculinity leans towards thought, the spirit and to culture, while the feminine is linked to matter, to biological fecundity and to nature. This paradigm - which sends us out looking for completeness in another rather than in ourselves - is challenged by the author's premise that drives toward nature and culture are present in men and women, but manifest themselves differently in each sex.
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The Activity of Thought
The Activity of Feeling
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