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Re-thinking the Germinative Point of Jung's Work

Richard M. Capobianco re-evaluates that which is held to be a point of departure for Jung in his study of the human mind -- his research into so-called occult phenomena. Capobianco traces the occultist influence through Jung’s early work.  

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On Reading Jung

Dolores E. Brien relfects on the nature of Carl Jung's literary style.

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"Fool's Gold: A Critical Look at Computers in Childhood"

Dolores Brien reviews the content of  an article released on the September 12, 2000 by the Alliance for Childhood entitled, "Fool's Gold: A Critical Look at Computers in Childhood," a report on what we may be doing to our children by exposing them to early to the computer.

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"What was that all about?"

Dolores E. Brien criticizes the general public’s response to the death of the princess Dianna. She finds that, in the public mourning and in the mountains of flowers, gifts and in the general outpouring of emotion, a kind of contagion that was in no way authentic.   

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