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The Dilemma of Depth Psychology in Relation to Social Change with James Hillman

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Hillman refers to soul as “a perspective rather than a substance, a viewpoint toward things rather than a thing itself”. The value of seeing beneath, between, and beyond to achieve new perspectives for learning, integration, transformation, and growth was a personal challenge for Hillman, who claimed depth psychology can be summed up in one excerpt from Heraclitus: “You could not discover the limits of the soul (psyche), even if you traveled every road to do so; such is the depth…of its meaning."

Recorded live at The Summit On Ethics and Meaning in 1995 Washington DC.

Total run time: 62 minutes

ISBN: 978-1-61544-677-3

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GREAT TALK!

I wish it was longer.
WHAT A WONDERFUL CONCISE TALK BY HILLMAN!
One of his best talks.

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