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Why good people do bad things : understanding our darker selves / James Hollis.

By: Hollis, James, 1940-
Material type: TextTextNew York: Gotham, [2007]Description: xiv, 252p.; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 1592402763Subject(s): Jungian psychology | Shadow (Psychoanalysis) | Good and evil -- Psychological aspectsLOC classification: BF175.5.S55 H65 2007Online resources: Table of contents | Publishers description
Contents:
Introduction: shadow encounters. -- 1 Sundry shadings of soul: the four forms of shadow expression. -- 2 Pauls perplexity: "though I know the good...". -- 3 Running into ourselves: the personal shadow. -- 4 Pathos: shadow invasions in everyday life. -- 5 Hidden agendas: the shadow in intimate relationships. -- 6 One multiplied: the collective shadow. -- 7 Lowest common denominator: institutional shadows. -- 8 Progress's dark edge: the shadow of modernism. -- 9 Dark divinity: the shadow side of God. -- 10 Luminous darkness: the positive shadow. -- 11 Shadow/work: encountering our darker selves
Abstract: '...In addition to its presence in our personal lives, Hollis looks at the larger picture of the Shadow at work in our culture--in history, religion, our organizations, and corporations.'
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [239]-242) and index.

Introduction: shadow encounters. -- 1 Sundry shadings of soul: the four forms of shadow expression. -- 2 Pauls perplexity: "though I know the good...". -- 3 Running into ourselves: the personal shadow. -- 4 Pathos: shadow invasions in everyday life. -- 5 Hidden agendas: the shadow in intimate relationships. -- 6 One multiplied: the collective shadow. -- 7 Lowest common denominator: institutional shadows. -- 8 Progress's dark edge: the shadow of modernism. -- 9 Dark divinity: the shadow side of God. -- 10 Luminous darkness: the positive shadow. -- 11 Shadow/work: encountering our darker selves

'...In addition to its presence in our personal lives, Hollis looks at the larger picture of the Shadow at work in our culture--in history, religion, our organizations, and corporations.'

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