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Lessons of Jung's Encounter with Native Americans

Timothy Thomason explores how Jung's encounters with Native Americans in the Taos pueblo in 1925 deepened his belief that humans need a sense of their individual and cultural significance to be psychologically healthy.

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No Going Back, Coming Full Circle: "The Spell of the Sensuous," by David Abram

Dolores Brien reviews David Abram's groundbreaking exploration of our scientific estrangement from the natural world and discusses its relevance for Jungian thought. 

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Review: "Psyche and the Sacred" by Lionel Corbett

Can we talk about spirituality without using religious language? In his fine book Psyche and the Sacred: Spirituality beyond Religion, psychologist and scholar Lionel Corbett argues that, indeed, we should understand the spiritual as not only separate from religion, but irreducible and enduring. 

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Review: "History of Madness" by Michel Foucault

James Hollis reviews the new English translation of French philosopher Michel Foucault's magisterial History of Madness, previously available only in abridged form as Madness and Civilization.

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