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Spring 77: Philosophy and Psychology

ISBN: 978-1-882670-69-7
322 pp.

The PHILOSOPHY & PSYCHOLOGY issue, guest-edited by David L. Miller and Edward S. Casey, offers a fascinatingly diverse collection of writings and is divided into 3 sections: 1. The Philosophy of Psychology; 2. The Psychology of Philosophy; and 3. Between Philsophy and Psychology. As a special feature, the issue also includes an extensive interview with Rafael Lopez-Pedraza about the beginnings of the school of archetypal psychology founded by James Hillman which began in Zurich in the 1970s.

Introduction by Guest Editors Edward S. Casey and David L. Miller
I. Philosophy of Psychology
Psychology as Anti-Philosophy: C.G. Jung Wolfgang Giegerich
The Place of Interpretation: Absolute Interiority and the Subject of Psychology Greg Mogenson
"It is something like antique philosophy": Analytical Psychology and Philosophical Practical Wisdom Marco Heleno Barreto
II. Psychology of Philosophy
Pre-Texts of the Imaginal in the Hermetic Play of the Dream: the Ontotheology of Bean Stanton Marlan
Imagination and the Mundus Imaginalis Janet Kaylo
Toward a Psychology of Ideas Benjamin Sells
Walking the Crooked Mile Deldon Anne McNeely
III. Between Philosophy and Psychology
Whatever Happened to Ordinary Subjectivity? Recovering an Aspiration for Passion, Poetry, and Wisdom Edward F. Mooney
Hermeneutical Philosophy in Dialogue with Freud Norvene Vest
Nietzsche's Paranoia Dave Lorne
Dreams of God: R.D. Laing and the Rites of Asclepius Noel Cobb
JUNGIANA
Post-Jungian Movements: Conversations with Rafael Lopez-Pedraza Axel Capriles M.
What is the Legacy of the Dead? Jung's Memories and the Case of Zola's Missing Book Stanton Marlan and David L. Miller
FILM REVIEWS
Volver, directed by Pedro Almodovar Glen Slater
Stranger than Fiction, directed by Marc Forster Dennis Patrick Slattery
Pan's Labyrinth, directed by Guillermo del Toro Joanna Dovalis
BOOK REVIEWS
Harvesting Darkness: Essays on Literature, Myth, Film, and Culture by Dennis Patrick Slattery Mary Aswell Doll
Erotic Mentoring: Women's Transformation in the University by Janice Hocker Rushing Susan Rowland
The Idea of the Numinous: Contemporary Jungian and Psychoanalytic Perspectives edited by Ann Casement and David Tacey Patricia Katsky
Freud's Wizard: The Enigma of Ernest Jones by Brenda Maddox Robert A. Segal