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A Boardinghouse of Characters A comparison of our psyche to the range of characters in a boardinghouse.
James Hillman A profile with bibliography and distinctive contributions to spirituality of James Hillman, founder of the Archetypal Psychology movement, Jungian and post-Jungian scholar, and leader of men's retreat…
The Soul's Code An abridgment of the psychologist's book on his acorn theory.
We've Had a Hundred Years of Psychotherapy... A frontal assualt on the obsession with personal growth.
Dream Animals Explores the great ark of images that these creatures bring into our dreams.
A Terrible Love of War Sends us inward to confront our own Mars-like capacities and the unsavory connections between the winds of war and the certainties of monotheistic religions.
Kinds of Power Examines the ideas which animate our lives and lie behind earning, spending, saving, producing, owning, and selling.
America James Hillman discusses the American experience, individuality and independence.
The Force of Character and the Lasting Life This compelling volume shows how our character is deepened, enriched, and made meaningful by long life.
Beauty Without Nature The father of archetypal psychology examines ideas about wilderness, urban living and art.