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From types to images / James Hillman ; edited and with an introduction by Klaus Ottmann.

By: Hillman, James [author.]
Contributor(s): Ottmann, Klaus [editor,, writer of introduction.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Uniform edition of the writing of James Hillman ; 4Publisher: Thompson, Conn. : Spring Publications, [2019]Copyright date: �2019Edition: First editionDescription: 222 pages ; 24 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780882145822Subject(s): Archetype (Psychology) | Imagery (Psychology)DDC classification: 150.19/54 LOC classification: BF175.5.A72 | H55 2019
Contents:
Part One: Egalitarian Typologies vs the Perception of the Unique: Personas as Types - Personas as Faces - Personas as Images Part Two: An Inquiry into Image: Image and Symbol - The Context of Soul-Making - Archetypal Image: A High Example - Archetypal Image: An Ordinary Example - Emotion and Image - Reduction and Analogy - Archetypal Reduction - Radical Relativism and the Click - Image-Words: Concepts vs. Images - Images as Precepts: An Analogy with Painting - Images and Pictures - Image as Idol: Analogies whit Religion - Poiesis: Wordplay - Gadgets or Imagistic Mechanics - Aestheticism - Image-Body, or Acting-Out - Image-Sense - Protestor's Last Stand
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Includes bibliographical references.

Part One: Egalitarian Typologies vs the Perception of the Unique: Personas as Types - Personas as Faces - Personas as Images

Part Two: An Inquiry into Image: Image and Symbol - The Context of Soul-Making - Archetypal Image: A High Example - Archetypal Image: An Ordinary Example - Emotion and Image - Reduction and Analogy - Archetypal Reduction - Radical Relativism and the Click - Image-Words: Concepts vs. Images - Images as Precepts: An Analogy with Painting - Images and Pictures - Image as Idol: Analogies whit Religion - Poiesis: Wordplay - Gadgets or Imagistic Mechanics - Aestheticism - Image-Body, or Acting-Out - Image-Sense - Protestor's Last Stand

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