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Conversing With James Hillman: Mythic Figures

Conversing With James Hillman: Mythic Figures

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"Keeping the myths alive in our minds, where their ancient truths can undergird our basic sense of what it means to be a human, is a steadying factor in a time that pleads for guiding compass points. With Hillman filling his valuable role as an inspirer of action to counteract the disturbing Anamnesis, or forgetfulness of past verities, our work is cut out for all of us who were fortunate enough to have known James Hillman and appreciate his pithy and enlivening words of wisdom."

--Joanne H. Stroud, Director, James Hillman Symposium

"Myths tell a 'just-so' truth. They resonate with ancient implications, the interweavings of plots and characters and locations, worldly and otherworldly, and with extraordinary pathologies and extraordinary miracles. The truth of myth is never single, never simple, never general. . . . Myth speaks the frank truth of the world as it presents itself to our senses, clearly, evidently, directly as a world alive--animated, intentional, intelligible, and at moments, vividly beautiful."

--James Hillman, Mythic Figures, 2007

Includes works by: James Hillman, Seemee Ali, Gustavo Barcellos, Gustavo Beck, Natalie Cox Herndon, Robert Kugelmann, Jean Hinson Lall, David L. Miller, Robert D. Romanyshyn, Safron Rossi, Robert Sardello, Randolph Severson, Michael P. Sipiora, Glen Slater, Dennis P. Slattery, Joanne H. Stroud, Natasha Stroud, Rodney C. Teague, Gail Thomas.

Each of the James Hillman Symposiums takes for its subject a volume of the Uniform Edition of the Writings of James Hillman. This Conversing with James Hillman presents the discussions from the 2017 James Hillman Symposium on Mythic Figures held at The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture.

Author: Joanne H. Stroud
Publisher: Dallas Institute Publications
Published: 11/19/2018
Pages: 240
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 1.25lbs
Size: 10.00h x 7.00w x 0.65d
ISBN: 9780911005592

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