Analytical Psychology

Jung's Unpublished Works: News from the Philemon Foundation

Learn about the most recent efforts to bring Jung's vast unpublished works to print, as the Philemon Foundation offers this first in an occasional series of updates on its vital work.


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Shame

Analyst James Shultz explores shame from a Jungian perspective and argues that, by recognizing and acknowledging shame, we can stop defending ourselves against it and open a window on the shadow.


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On Jung's Solution to the End of Meaning

Dolores Brien continues her examination of Wolfgang Giegerich's essay "The End of Meaning and the Birth of Man" in this latest collection of posts to her weblog "A Jungian Notebook."


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Money and the Spiritual Warrior

Jungian analyst Bernice Hill explores the history and contemporary appearance of the warrior archetype in America and discovers the ways that the spiritual warrior's relationship with money can be empowering and transformative.


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Desire, Fascination, and the Other: Some Thoughts on Jung's Interest in Rider Haggard's 'She'

In this essay, previously published in Harvest, Sue Austin traces the political dimensions of Jung's notion of the archetype and explores the power/love opposition which is tightly sewn into much of the performance of gender in the West.



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