Purchased to add to my J. Hillman collection. I haven't read it, yet, but whatever I think about it, I'm keeping it in my personal library collection.Published 9 months ago by NMDanLe
Stumbled into this one, but couldn't put it down. Clarity amidst a growing confusion in the battle for your conscious and unconscious. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jeffrey Svestka
Dr. Hillman is no longer with us but his imaginative approach to every topic on which he wrote is highly refreshing and erudite. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Carol A
Hillman is a walking library so it ihard for him to make simple declarative sentences. He regurgitates everything he ever learned about the science and then discounts all of it and... Read morePublished on November 30, 2012 by john sears underhill
O book that comes to break paradigms even to Junguian's students.
It's necessary an open heart, or intention of, to appropriate it's contents.
A reed for the soul...
this was one of the most difficult books to get through that i've ever come across - hillman expresses so much in such a (relatively) small amount of space that it not only took a... Read morePublished on August 30, 2011 by The Geek
I read this book when I was in the seminary at CUA, though I had to check it out of the library of Trinity College right up the street. I checked it out again and again. Read morePublished on April 6, 2011 by Peter P. Fuchs
On the initial episode of the award winning HBO series, The Sopranos, a depressed gangster named Tony Soprano tells his wife Carmela that he is seeing a psychiatrist, and is now... Read morePublished on June 5, 2009 by Michael D. Bogar