What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Introduction Archetypal Psychology
Eternal Objects and Archetypes
6 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
aesthetic anima animal archetypal psychology become called causal causal efficacy causal influence collective unconscious concept consciousness cosmology cosmos creative creature culture DAVID RAY GRIFFIN depth depth psychology distinction divine doctrine dream Eros essay eternal objects evil experience extrasensory perception fact fantasy feeling function Gods Heisig human idea images imagination important individual interpretation James Heisig James Hillman Jung and Hillman Jung and Whitehead Jung's Jungian Kathleen Raine Keller language literal meaning metaphor metaphysics mind mode modern monotheism mystique myth mythical mythology nature nonsensory perception notion ontological panexperientialism Parapsychology past perceive Persephone perspective philosophy physical Plato poet polytheism postmodern prehension present principle problem process theology psyche psychic psychokinesis rape rational frame reality realm reference rejected religion sense sensory simply soul soul-making speak spirituality suggests symbol theory things thinking thought traditional underworld universe vision Whiteheadian