Archetypal Psychology: A Brief Account : Together with a Complete Checklist of Works

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Spring Publications, Mar 31, 1997 - Archetype (Psychology) - 131 pages
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James Hillman traces the intellectual ancestry of archetypal psychology & clarifies the root metaphors governing its practice. Included are concise discussions of the great intellectual forerunners of archetypal psychology, Marsilio Ficino, C.G. Jung & Henry Corbin. Also the ideas & basis of Soul-Making, Archetypal Images, Polytheism, Renaissance Neo-Platonism, the Soul-Spirit distinction, Image-Focused Therapy, Greek Myth & Psychopathology & Personality Theory will be made clear. Including a helpful & current bibliography.

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James Hillman was born in Atlantic City, New Jersey on April 12, 1926. He attended the School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University for two years before joining the Navy's Hospital Corps in 1944. He studied English literature in Paris at the Sorbonne and graduated with a degree in mental and moral science from Trinity College in Dublin. In 1953, he moved to Zurich and enrolled at the C. G. Jung Institute. In 1959, he became the director of studies at the institute and stayed in that position for the next 10 years. He wrote over 20 books including Suicide and the Soul, Re-Visioning Psychology, and The Soul's Code. He died due to complications of bone cancer on October 27, 2011 at the age of 85.

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