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Animal presences

By: Hillman, James, 1926-2011
Material type: TextTextSeries: (Uniform edition of the writings of James Hillman, v. 9)Putnam, Conn. Spring Publications c2008Edition: 1st edDescription: 198p.; bibliog. refsContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9780882145884Subject(s): Archetype (Psychology) | Animals--Symbolic aspects | Eranos ConferenceLOC classification: BF175.5.A72 H53 2008
Contents:
The animal kingdom in the human dream: polar bear, pig, amplification, eagle, giraffe, first conclusions, animal names, modes of degradation, the animal kingdom within, the household mouse, body, beyond interiorization. Imagination is bull. A snake is not a symbol. Horses and heroes. The rat. Lions and tigers, or why there are two great cats. Going bugs. The elephant in the Garden of Eden. You dirty dog!. Human being as human animal being : a correspondence with John Stockwell. Animal presence : a conversation with Jonathan White. Let the creatures be : a conversation with Thomas Moore. Now you see them, now you don't : a conversation between the author and the artist.
Abstract: ' The reader will find collected here essays and lectures devoted ot specific animal forms as well as the major Eranos paper from 1984 addressing the theme of this volume as a whole: the presence of animals to the human psyche.'
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The animal kingdom in the human dream: polar bear, pig, amplification, eagle, giraffe, first conclusions, animal names, modes of degradation, the animal kingdom within, the household mouse, body, beyond interiorization. Imagination is bull. A snake is not a symbol. Horses and heroes. The rat. Lions and tigers, or why there are two great cats. Going bugs. The elephant in the Garden of Eden. You dirty dog!. Human being as human animal being : a correspondence with John Stockwell. Animal presence : a conversation with Jonathan White. Let the creatures be : a conversation with Thomas Moore. Now you see them, now you don't : a conversation between the author and the artist.

' The reader will find collected here essays and lectures devoted ot specific animal forms as well as the major Eranos paper from 1984 addressing the theme of this volume as a whole: the presence of animals to the human psyche.'

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