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Depth Insights » Jung’s Reception of Friedrich Nietzsche: A Roadmap for the Uninitiated by Dr. Ritske Rensma

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The Dream And The Underworld by James Hillman

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There’s been a deep shift in my thinking over the past five or so years, and this book has been a crucial pivot. It’s Hillman’s most “extreme” book, pushing his impatience with modern psychology’s “developmental” bias to counter-intuitive and provocative limits. His central contention is that psychology has followed Freud’s tendency to betray the unconscious rather than moving past it. The depths of the psyche are hauled into the light, sacrificed on the ego’s altar. Hillman forcefully and brilliantly argues:

It is this dayworld style of thinking—literal realities, natural...


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The Dream And The Underworld by James Hillman

The Dream And The Underworld by James Hillman | Alchemical Psychology | Scoop.it

There’s been a deep shift in my thinking over the past five or so years, and this book has been a crucial pivot. It’s Hillman’s most “extreme” book, pushing his impatience with modern psychology’s “developmental” bias to counter-intuitive and provocative limits. His central contention is that psychology has followed Freud’s tendency to betray the unconscious rather than moving past it. The depths of the psyche are hauled into the light, sacrificed on the ego’s altar. Hillman forcefully and brilliantly argues:

It is this dayworld style of thinking—literal realities, natural...


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