Analytical Psychology

Editors Preface to The Transcendent Function

This is James Hillman's preface from A.R. Pope's original translation. Printed privately for students in 1957 at the Jung Institute in Zurich.

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An Interview with June Singer

The Jungian world lost a truly amazing person this year, June Singer. I had the great privilege of assembling an interview with her in 1998 for the old Jung Index web site. Here is the full text of that interview. I hope you enjoy it.

"This is the first time I've addressed myself to people on the Internet, save for a few good friends. Well, I've just had my eightieth birthday, and I thought that if I don't keep trying new things, I'm liable to get brain-dead. I thought, this will be a breeze! That's what I thought. " - June Singer Sun, 29 Nov. 1998

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The Dark Feminine

For some of us, if not for all, meaning in life periodically finds its way through a piercing and deadly darkness. Hopelessness and despair can descend like a toxic cloud, even in the midst of a joy-filled life, a life of spiritual discipline and intent, and dedication and commitment to conscious growth.

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A produção criativa na arte e na doença

Observando a biografia de escritores, pintores, poetas e artistas em geral, percebemos que um elo que os une é a criatividade.

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Constructing the Self, Constructing America (excerpt)

I hope that by studying the interpenetrating relationship between psychotherapy and Western-particularly American-society in eras past, we will be able to develop interpretations about their current relationship, and our current era.

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