Resources

AUDIO: Man as Hero

In this lecture recorded in May, 1987, Robert A. Johnson considers the contemporary relevance of the mythology of the hero. This recording is made available from the archives of Journey Into Wholeness; for more information on recordings available through this series, visit www.junghouston.org/bookstore.


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AUDIO: Freud and Jung on Religion: Historical Consequences for the Clinical Setting

Rice University scholar William Parsons explores some of the historical reasons a climate of mistrust of religion endures in the field of psychology. This lecture was recorded August 28, 2010, during "Religion, Mental Health, and the Search for Meaning," a conference held at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.


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AUDIO: Religion and Psychology: Maps for a Constructive Dialogue

Rice University scholar William Parsons discusses the many productive theoretical conversations that continue between religion and psychology. This lecture was recorded August 28, 2010, during "Religion, Mental Health, and the Search for Meaning," a conference held at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas.


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AUDIO: Hunting the Great White Whale: Peak Oil, Moby Dick, and the Mythology of American Energy

Robert Wagner explores how one of the great works of American literature uncannily prefigures our current conversation about energy.


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