Pub. in Psychological Perspectives, Vol. 22, 1990, pp. 101-121.
'The 74-year-old Marie-Louise von Franz is internationally recognized as one of the most loving and creative voices of analytical psychology. In this wide-ranging conversation with Donna Spencer and our editor, Ernest Rossi, Marie-Louise begins with a few highlights of the significance of Nietzsche's Zarathustra for an understanding of the current evolution of human consciousness. She helps us focus on the function of feeling as a guide through the maze of political and professional ideologies that can distort an individual's insight and ever unique way.'