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Out of the Abaissement: An Experience of Group Process on War and Religion

Freelance journalist and analytic training candidate Luisetta Mudie offers a poetic, deeply personal challenge to adapt our techniques for doing intrapsychic work with Otherness - with the shadows and ghosts that haunt each of us - to a new engagement with the spooks that generate fear and violence in our communities. 


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"Fool's Gold: A Critical Look at Computers in Childhood"

Dolores Brien reviews the content of  an article released on the September 12, 2000 by the Alliance for Childhood entitled, "Fool's Gold: A Critical Look at Computers in Childhood," a report on what we may be doing to our children by exposing them to early to the computer.

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Re-thinking the Germinative Point of Jung's Work

Richard M. Capobianco re-evaluates that which is held to be a point of departure for Jung in his study of the human mind -- his research into so-called occult phenomena. Capobianco traces the occultist influence through Jung’s early work.  

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On Reading Jung

Dolores E. Brien relfects on the nature of Carl Jung's literary style.

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