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The Metarealism of Nancy Witt: An introduction to the work of Nancy Witt

Since 1970 Nancy Witt has lived and worked in Hanover County, Virginia, in a historic grist mill which she and her family renovated and now operate as a gallery. She was a co-founder of Jungian Venture, the Jungian society in Richmond.


 

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Inner Authority

The author of two books on Freud and his successors, Philip Rieff, remarks, "The object of therapy, in the Jungian sense, is to reconcile the individual to whatever authority he carries within himself.

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The End of the World as a Crisis in Consciousness: Abstract

This P.D.E. is concerned with the spreading fears of the end of the world as we near the end of the second millennium (CE). As fears of a disaster mount, more people are beginning to take concrete action based only on their fear of the end of the world.

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From Wildman to King: Another Look at Male Myth and Initiation Part 2

In many of the old tales, the hero is the youngest and seemingly least promising of several brothers. He appears to be a simple fool predestined to fail at everything he does.

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