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Spring #74 Alchemy: A Journal Archetype and Culture (Spring Journal) ePub download

by Nancy Cater

  • Author: Nancy Cater
  • ISBN: 1882670361
  • ISBN13: 978-1882670369
  • ePub: 1358 kb | FB2: 1527 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Psychology
  • Publisher: Spring Journal, Inc (May 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 354
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Spring #74 Alchemy: A Journal Archetype and Culture (Spring Journal) ePub download

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Publisher : Spring Journal and Books. Category : Jung and Analytical Psychology. Catalogue No : 24776. ISBN 13 : 9781882670369. ISBN 10 : 1882670361. Also by Nancy Cater Price £1. 9 Price £1. 9.

It is published by Spring Publications. The journal was established in 1949 and presents itself as the oldest Jungian psychology journal.

Publisher: Spring Journal, Inc, 2004. About the Author: NANCY CATER, .

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Articles and reviews by David L. Miller, Stan Marlan, Robert Bosnak, Murray Stein, Nathan Schwartz-Salant, Wolfgang Giegerich, Veronica Goodchild, and more!
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This is one of the best Spring Journals in many years. Alchemy is frequently misunderstood, perceived as being quirky or irrelevant, and just plain difficult to understand. Part of its appeal is that it reaches to us from behind the veil of science and rationalism, connecting us to people and processes that are deeply embedded in the interrelations between the psyche and the material world. Heady stuff and a challenge to the sorts of intelligence that demand neat boxes, straight lines and ordered fields. This issue includes essays by Wolfgang Giegerich, Nathan Schwartz-Salant and a particularly fine piece by Dyane Sherwood who is perhaps best known for her work on the Splendor Solis. This is a generous issue - 354 pages, and it doesn't skrimp on the reviews of other books either. Robert Segal surgically strips Karen Armstrong's Short History of Myth to the bone and William (Mythography)Doty renders the honors to Sophia Heller's Absence of Myth, another of the fine doctoral theses from Pacifica Graduate Institute to make its way into publication (SUNY). Nancy Cater of Spring Journal and Books is to be commended for the fine work in collecting the essays for Spring 74 - The Alchemy Issue. It will be a hard act to follow!
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