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Tag Archives: James Hillman
Thanks to everyone who visited this year, old friends and new. Here are a few year end musings on where this blog may be going in 2014. These are not resolutions. Remembering Yoda’s words to Luke, “Do or do … Continue reading
In my previous post, I wrote of advances in the field of virtual reality, and posted a video clip that brought to mind the dystopian landscape of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New Word (1932). Huxley imagined life in “The World State” … Continue reading
James Hillman died two years ago today. As a culture, we have yet to appreciate the depth and range of his thought, but without any doubt, that will come. I’m going to post a brief interview with him that I … Continue reading
For decades, James Hillman brought us unique observations on modern life from the perspective of a depth psychology that embraced soul as its highest value. Recently, I’ve wished I could hear his take on our current climate of political divisiveness, … Continue reading