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New Book – Beyond Literal Belief & Religion as Metaphor by David Tacey

Dear All, Now that Robert is back and we are talking Jung and religion, I would like to announce the publication of my new book:   Religion as Metaphor: Beyond Literal Belief.   It appeared in May 2015.  It took me 8 years to write, and fundamentalists have found they can demolish it in 2 seconds. Amazing.… Read More »

New book by Randy Fertel – The Art of Literary Improvisation

In response to the recent IAJS discussion list thread about Jung as Trickster, I would like to bring to your attention my new book A Taste for Chaos: The Art of Literary Improvisation, which I dedicate to James Hillman, “a ferocious Trickster,” and in which Trickster figures prominently in my chapter “’Pierce[d] … with Strange… Read More »

New Book by Diego P. Spinazzola – Jung e l’alchimia. Introduzione all’alchimia junghiana

Jung e l’alchimia. Introduzione all’alchimia junghiana Jung e l’alchimia sheds light onto psychological outlook of Jung’s alchemy strictly mimicking it via analogy in segments or fragments as well as through hermetic symbolism weaved into analytic perspective, namely gnostic and hermetic concepts and vocabulary illustrated by Swiss psychiatrist C. G. Jung throughout his own alchemical opus.… Read More »

New book by Nathalie Pilard – Jung & Intuition

JUNG AND INTUITION On the Centrality and Variety of Forms of Intuition in Jung and Post-Jungians BY NATHALIE PILARD Jung and Intuition examines for the fist time the twelve categories of intuition described in both the works of C. G. Jung and the post-Jungians. Nowhere, other than in Jung’s own work, has intuition been more… Read More »

New Book Launched! A Contemplative Approach To Understanding World Religions C. G. Jung as Phenomenologist of the Soul by Blake W. Burleson

A Contemplative Approach To Understanding World Religions C. G. Jung as Phenomenologist of the Soul by Blake W. Burleson ISBN: 978-1-935528-67-8 282 pp. Price: $32.95 To order this book, click here How does one understand a religion not one’s own? In our politically and culturally diverse and divisive times, where religious identities create tension and… Read More »

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