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Communication and Lonergan: Common Ground for Forging the New Age

Thomas J. Farrell, Paul A. Soukup - Religion - 1993 - 377 pages
Essays about communication and the thought of Canadian Jesuit philosopher and theologian Bernard Lonergan.
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Jung's Quest for Wholeness: A Religious and Historical Perspective

Curtis D. Smith - Psychology - 1990 - 169 pages
Analyzes the evolution of psychologist Carl Jung's thought from the perspective of the history of religion. Following the thread of a quest for unity, Smith demonstrates a ...
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Psychological reflections on cinematic terror: Jungian archetypes in horror ...

James F. Iaccino - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1994 - 217 pages
In this examination of the psychology of terror, Iaccino uses Jungian archetypes to analyze significant works in the horror film genre. In the past, Jungian archetypes have ...
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Betwixt & Between: Patterns of Masculine and Feminine Initiation

Louise Carus Mahdi, Steven Foster, Meredith Little - Psychology - 1987 - 498 pages
Betwixt and Between offers new insights into the basic elements of initiations and rites of passage. The absence of these traditional supports creates problems in the lives of ...
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Thomas Hardy's Poetry: A Jungian Perspective

Byunghwa Joh - Literary Criticism - 2002 - 131 pages
Thomas Hardy's psyche can be explained effectively by the relationship of the child with its mother, suggesting that he was dominated throughout his life by the mother ...
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A Biblical Text and Its Afterlives: The Survival of Jonah in Western Culture

Yvonne Sherwood - Bibles - 2000 - 321 pages
How interpretation re-shapes Bible texts - the book of Jonah.
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A Biblical Text and Its Afterlives: The Survival of Jonah in Western Culture

Yvonne Sherwood - Bibles - 2000 - 321 pages
How interpretation re-shapes Bible texts - the book of Jonah.
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