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New Book out by John Dourley – Jung and his Mystics: In the end it all comes to nothing

I would like to inform the list of the publication of my new book, Jung and his Mystics: In the end it all comes to nothing, Routledge. It’s not about everything you wanted to know about nothing but may have been afraid to ask. But it does trace Jung’s appropriation of apophatic (regression to nothingness)… Read More »

New Book Underworlds: Philosophies of the Unconscious from Psychoanalysis to Metaphysics By Jon Mills

The first book of its kind to provide a detailed analysis of the history of the unconscious from the underworlds of Greek and Egyptian mythology to psychoanalysis and metaphysics, Jon Mills presents here a unique study of differing philosophies of the unconscious. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Jon Mills, Psy.D., Ph.D., ABPP, is a philosopher, psychoanalyst and psychologist… Read More »

Carl Jung and Maximus the Confessor  NEW BOOK By G. C. Tympas

‘A scholarly yet boldly imaginative account of the fascinating overlaps, echoes and resonances between the thought of C.G. Jung and that of the early Christian theologian Maximus the Confessor. Tympas opens up a genuinely two-way street, so that we find each of these giants illuminating the work of the other in a fresh and original… Read More »

New in Jung and Analytical Psychology – Alchemy & Psychotherapy

Dear IAJS Below are details of a new book which has just been published which includes chapters by a number of IAJS members.  It is a small but unique contribution which is an attempt to show how these contemporary practitioners work with and relate to alchemy in clinical practice today.  I’m very proud to be… Read More »

The Alchemical Mercurius By Mathew Mather

The Alchemical Mercurius Esoteric symbol of Jung’s life and works By Mathew Mather The figure of the alchemical Mercurius features ubiquitously and radically in Jung’s later works, but despite this, there has been little research concerning Mercurius in Jungian studies to date. In this book, Mathew Mather explores the figure of the alchemical Mercurius and contextualises… Read More »

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