WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:10:17 2014 UTClccn-n800104860.21The soul's code : in search of character and calling /0.401.00Orthodox anthropology and archetypal psychology : comparing John Zizioulas and James Hillman on personhood /34458017James_Hillmann 80010486393015Hilmens, DžeimssХиллман, Джеймсヒルマン, ジェイムズヒルマン, ジェームスlccn-n79003358Jung, C. G.(Carl Gustav)1875-1961lccn-n50034385Cassirer, Ernst1874-1945lccn-n79060746Eliade, Mircea1907-1986lccn-n96053744Baeten, Elizabeth M.1954-lccn-n79064595Barthes, Rolandlccn-n85073775Ventura, Michaellccn-n92029521Meade, Michael1944-ivelccn-n79054927Bly, Robertlccn-n82004047Moore, Thomas1940-edtlccn-n82160945Pozzo, LauraHillman, JamesInterviewsCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryBiographyPsychoanalysisHillman, JamesIndividuality in childrenIndividualityFate and fatalismGifted personsAdulthood--Psychological aspectsCharacterOlder people--PsychologySelf-actualization (Psychology) in old ageArchetype (Psychology)PsychologyMythEliade, Mircea,Cassirer, Ernst,SoulDeathPsychoanalystsBarthes, RolandPersonalityPastoral psychologyDreamsMythologyPoetryUnited StatesPsychotherapy--PhilosophyPsychotherapy--Social aspectsCivilization, Modern--Psychological aspectsSuicideWar--Psychological aspectsWarMythology--Psychological aspectsEmotionsPsychology, IndustrialPower (Social sciences)Soul--ChristianityPsychoanalysis and literatureAnima (Psychoanalysis)Gopi Krishna,Animals--Symbolic aspectsAnimals, MythicalArtAnimalsLautréamont,--comte de,Hatha yogaProcess philosophyProcess theologyPsychoanalysis--Greek influencesGods, Greek--PsychologyAngels1926201119501958196019611962196319641966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014228474381091150BF697ocn034527747ocn006629727ocn804688097ocn856906028ocn084614985ocn076965762ocn440836234ocn799537284ocn797492762ocn861506457ocn422876476232114ocn034193149book19960.21Hillman, JamesThe soul's code : in search of character and calling"Plato and the Greeks called it "daimon," the Romans "genius," the Christians "guardian angel"; today we use terms such as "heart," "spirit," and "soul." For James Hillman it is the central and guiding force of his utterly unique and compelling "acorn theory," which proposes that each life is formed by a particular image, an image that is the essence of that life and calls it to a destiny, just as the mighty oak's destiny is written in the tiny acorn. It is a theory that offers a liberating vision of childhood troubles and an exciting approach to themes such as fate and fatalism, character and desire, family influence and freedom, and, most of all, calling - that invisible mystery at the center of every life that speaks to the fundamental question "What is it, in my heart, that I must do, be, and have? And why?"" "The Soul's Code dedicates itself to what is truly innate, not to how it got this way or where it's going. Hillman does not see human beings as results or, worse, victims of their lives, nor does the promise or even seek a "cure"; instead he welcomes the necessity of every aspect of what makes up a life and advocates using "symptoms" as clues to what the daimon demands. Essentially, Hillman believes that there is more to life - to each individual - than can be explained by the traditional "either/or" categories of genetics and environment. His method is to use the extraordinary (an extensive array of examples from Yehudi Menuhin to Jeffrey Dahmer) as a way to inspire the ordinary, as well as urging his readers to reexamine their childhood impulses, fantasies, thoughts, and even accidents, all of which reflect the "blueprints" that give direction to the course of a biography."--BOOK JACKET+-+1770994215166016ocn040964910book19990.21Hillman, JamesThe force of character : and the lasting life"The Force of Character presents a new thesis: The changes of old age, even the debilitating ones, have purposes and values organized by the psyche. Memory for recent events may falter, offering more place for long-term recollections. A heart condition in later life brings an opportunity to remove blockages from constricted relationships, while changes in sleep patterns allow the old to experience the profound elements of nighttime that we usually overlook. As Hillman says, "Aging makes metaphors of biology."" "James Hillman resurrects the ancient, widespread, and socially effective idea of the old person as "ancestor," a model for the young, the bearer of a society's cultural memory and traditions."--BOOK JACKET+-+257650028597626ocn001119556book19750.47Hillman, JamesRe-visioning psychology+-+381054515596724ocn001992746book19670.47Hillman, JamesInsearch; psychology and religion+-+176096733596224ocn004835420book19750.37Hillman, JamesThe dream and the underworld+-+57315451558805ocn025634423book19920.25The Rag and bone shop of the heart : poems for menPoems on a number of different topics from such poets as Robert Bly, D. H. Lawrence, Emily Dickinson, Rainer Maria Rilke, Cesar Vallejo and William Butler Yeats+-+457974515586636ocn000552669book19640.53Hillman, JamesSuicide and the soulHillman, a Jungian analyst, examines suicide not from the viewpoints of life, society, and mental health, but in relation to death and the soul+-+02779673357947ocn054001479book20040.25Hillman, JamesA terrible love of war"War fosters an impossible collection of opposites: murder, soldierly comradeship, torture, religious conviction, the destruction of the earth, patriotism, annihilation, hope for immortal glory. Wartime seems to propel life to its most vivid, most meaningful level. Engaged in the activity of destruction, its soldiers and its victims discover a profound sense of existing, of being human. The mind withdraws from this paradox, and, indeed, few writers have taken on the task of unlocking the baleful, intoxicating, and necessary force that is war. Instead, the bare fact that war has dominated human history since the earliest records and seems always ready to break out is ignored, condemned, or lamented." "James Hillman, recognized worldwide as a creative innovator in clinical and cultural psychology, draws upon his original thinking to uncover the essence of war. Examining reports from many fronts and times, letters from combatants, analyses by military authorities, and writings from Twain and Tolstoy, Kant, Arendt, Foucault, and Levinas, Hillman's broad sweep and detailed research bring a fundamentally new understanding to war's love and terror. Moreover, he reveals war to be a mythological force - Mars as a god that resides not only within the minds of generals but also within the souls of all mankind, within the tenets of our religions, within the very soil beneath our feet. Rather than dismissing war as the machinations of evil men, Hillman argues that through clear-eyed investigation, we can comprehend its myriad contradictions, and more than that, we can learn how to tame it."--BOOK JACKET+-+966557940674522ocn000341076book19720.56Hillman, JamesThe myth of analysis; three essays in archetypal psychology+-+684774515532471911ocn019515960book19890.28Hillman, JamesA blue fire : selected writingsCe recueil de textes peut servir d'introduction à l'oeuvre et à la pensée d'un analyste jungien d'origine américaine. Ce dernier accorde une large place, dans sa pensée, aux théories des archétypes de Jung; on caractérise sa pensée en l'appelant "psychologie ##archétypale##"+-+865674515563835ocn001112397book19600.63Hillman, JamesEmotion; a comprehensive phenomenology of theories and their meanings for therapyHistory+-+75756656356007ocn031520358book19950.32Hillman, JamesKinds of power : a guide to its intelligent uses+-+291419038532446023ocn008345191book19820.56Hillman, JamesHealing fiction+-+381896733543216ocn009131848book19830.56Hillman, JamesArchetypal psychology : a brief account : together with a complete checklist of works+-+082896733537110ocn012371275book19850.59Hillman, JamesAnima : an anatomy of a personified notion+-+116896733536720ocn001040465book19670.37Gopi KrishnaKundalini : the evolutionary energy in manBiography"This is an autobiographical account of what happens to the mind and body when the Kundalini is aroused spontanteously. It describes the perils, upheavals and final balanced entry into another dimension, as well at the traditional Hindu Theories about this force." -- back cover+-+45377152063343ocn035574561book19970.21Hillman, JamesDream animalsA reflection on the presence and fading of animals in human lives and consequently in dreams and imaginings, emotions and thoughts. An interweaving of art and psychology, dream and symbol, Jungianism and lore+-+92786366353043ocn013947856book19860.70Bachelard, GastonLautréamontCriticism, interpretation, etc27513ocn001819557book19750.66Hillman, JamesLoose ends : primary papers in archetypal psychology2639ocn007396763book19800.66Facing the gods+-+076896733532413812ocn042854718com19960.47Baeten, Elizabeth MThe magic mirror myth's abiding powerHistory8515ocn024952969book19920.29Hillman, JamesWe've had a hundred years of psychotherapy-- and the world's getting worseInterviews"This furious, trenchant, and audacious series of interrelated dialogues and letters takes a searing look at not only the legacy of psychotherapy, but also practically every aspect of contemporary living--from sexuality to politics, media, the environment, and life in the city. James Hillman--controversial renegade Jungian psychologist, the man Robert Bly has called "the most lively and original psychologist we've had in America since William James"--Joins with Michael Ventura--cutting-edge columnist for the L.A. Weekly--to shatter many of our current beliefs about our lives, the psyche, and society. Unrestrained, freewheeling, and brilliant, these two intellectual wild men take chances, break rules, and run red lights to strike at the very core of our shibboleths and perceptions."--Publisher description+-+26115071554364ocn008764306book19830.39Hillman, JamesInter views : conversations with Laura Pozzo on psychotherapy, biography, love, soul, dreams, work, imagination, and the state of the cultureInterviews+-+93989673353242722ocn020131106book19890.84Archetypal process : self and divine in Whitehead, Jung, and Hillman2232ocn050669425book20030.73Davis, Robert HJung, Freud, and Hillman : three depth psychologies in context1883ocn010559024book19840.79Avens, RobertsThe new gnosis : Heidegger, Hillman, and angels+-+42789673353241271ocn008493232book19820.70Avens, RobertsImaginal body : para-Jungian reflections on soul, imagination, and death753ocn759908825book20120.27Russell, DickThe life and ideas of James HillmanBiography374ocn757466892book20120.50Cheetham, TomAll the world an icon : Henry Corbin and the angelic function of beings"An account of Henry Corbin's life and work that discusses the relation of his spiritual thought to the psychological works of C.G. Jung and James Hillman"--Provided by publisher152ocn852690355com20130.29Russell, DickThe Life and Ideas of James Hillman Volume I: The Making of a PsychologistBiography"Considered to be the world's foremost post-Jungian thinker, James Hillman is known as the founder of archetypal psychology and the author of more than twenty books, including the bestselling title The Soul's Code. In The Making of a Psychologist, we follow Hillman from his youth in the heyday of Atlantic City, through post-war Paris and Dublin, travels in Africa and Kashmir, and onward to Zürich and the Jung Institute, which appointed him its first director of studies in 1960"--Amazon.com, viewed July 26, 201391ocn034884474rcrd19920.28A Festival of archetypal psychology in honor of James HillmanConference proceedings81ocn056351756book20030.59Ribet, OonaghBitterness and alienation : an essential part of the transformative journey61ocn826639838book20130.97Sacco, DanielaAl di là delle colonne d'ercole : Hillman erede infedele di Jung42ocn859383321book20140.47Butler, Jason AArchetypal psychotherapy : the clinical legacy of James Hillman"Archetypal psychology was initiated as a distinct movement of post-Jungian psychology by James Hillman over four decades ago. In his work Hillman moved away from Jung's notion of the ego, instead focusing on the psyche, and how patterns and ideas reside within the unconscious mind. In this book Jason Butler gathers disparate pieces of archetypal method and weaves them together with examples of dreams, fantasy images and clinical vignettes in order to depict the particular style taken up by archetypal psychotherapy. The book then considers how the work of James Hillman differentiates from Jungian analysis, and how archetypal psychology can be practically applied to psychotherapy to provide a unique contribution to therapeutic practice today.This book will be of interest to researchers and academics in the fields of Jungian and archetypal psychology looking for a new perspective, as well as practising psychotherapists"--32ocn021269022book19890.81Corcoran, DonaldThe spiritual guide : midwife of the higher spiritual selfHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc32ocn012230589book19840.96Stewart, Roger DThe psychology of religion and the religion of psychology : applications and interpretations of the archetypal psychology of James Hillman22ocn859577197com19910.47Bradley, Margaret AntoinetteIn search of home : Hillman's archetypal perspective on the therapeutic process of an adult patientCase studies22ocn059717211visu19890.47James Hillman the artist's soulInterviews"Author and Jungian psychologist, James Hillman believes in a living world spirit and in man's potential at reviving that spirit within himself. HIllman feels that art enables man to renew his relationship with the earth that, he believes, is alive and possesses a soul. Profile: J.D. Wellborn, water colorist"--KNME-TV web site21ocn020383193book19890.47Caldwell, JoniToward a psychology of the spirit : an analysis of the spirit in the works of Jung and Hillman22ocn038093032book19971.00Melissarēs, Athanasios GOrthodox anthropology and archetypal psychology : comparing John Zizioulas and James Hillman on personhood+-+1770994215+-+1770994215Fri Mar 21 15:16:26 EDT 2014batch40171