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Review: "History of Madness" by Michel Foucault

James Hollis reviews the new English translation of French philosopher Michel Foucault's magisterial History of Madness, previously available only in abridged form as Madness and Civilization.

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Apropos "The Jung-White Letters": The Critique of the Understanding of Evil as Privatio Boni

To mark the publishing of The Jung-White Letters, Richard Capobianco offers this essay (originally published in the journal Philosophy and Theology), which examines an issue central to understanding the correspondence between Jung and Fr. Victor White - the problem of evil.

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Archetypes and Complexes in the Womb

Analyst Rainer Maria Kohler explores current neuroscientific findings that underscore the critical importance of prenatal development on psychological growth (using the German-language book The Mystery of the First Nine Months. Our Earliest Formative Influences by Gerald Hüther and Inge Krens) and describes the emergence of archetypal forces already in the womb.


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EL REINO DE ACUARIO : La unión de los opuestos

By tracking themes of sacrifice and rebirth in The Lord of the Rings, Jose Antonio Delgado Gonzalez explores Jung's notions of the coniunctio oppositorum and the Age of Aquarius in this Spanish-language essay.

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