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  • A Blue Fire | James Hillman

    A Blue Fire

    • ORIGINAL (5 hrs and 53 mins)
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    James Hillman's A Blue Fire burns through the entire range of his life's work in this lecture. Recorded during a seminar weekend in Rowe, Massachusetts, this talk is a conflagration of ideas. The result is Hillman revisions himself, his work, and archetypal psychology.

  • Beauty Without Nature: Re-imagining the City | James Hillman

    Beauty Without Nature: Re-imagining the City

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    In this thought-provoking recording, internationally recognized Jungian teacher and theorist James Hillman, Ph.D., author of The Soul's Code and Re-Visioning Psychology, proposes the 21st Century's "new urbanism", one that integrates city and nature into a harmonious whole.

  • Going Bugs | James Hillman

    Going Bugs

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    James Hillman is a psychologist and author of The Soul's Code, recently at the top of the New York Times bestseller list. His essay "Going Bugs" is a classic exposition of the meaning of bugs in the human psyche. Hillman examines the role that bugs - insects and creepy-crawlies - play in dreams and how human reaction to them is symptomatic of larger concerns about animals and the natural world.

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