BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MY WRITINGS (10): Deleuze and Jung (and Hillman)

JUNG/DELEUZE (1): schizophrenia, individuation, and alchemy

JUNG/DELEUZE (2): Shadow, Anima, and Self as conceptual personae

JUNG/DELEUZE (3): re-naming, purging, and imaging

updated: DESIRE, COMPLEXES, ASSEMBLAGES: Deleuze and Jung

NOTHING TO DECLARE: the language of becoming in Deleuze and Hillman

NOTE ON THE DELEUZE/HILLMAN CONVERGENCE

MORE ON THE DELEUZE/HILLMAN CONVERGENCE: a personal experience

No Cuts!: Deleuze and Hillman on Alterity

THE JUNGIAN TURN: individuation and sublimation, multiplicity and becomings

IMAGE IS THE MEASURE: Notes on Incommensurability and the Dream

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6 commentaires pour BIBLIOGRAPHY OF MY WRITINGS (10): Deleuze and Jung (and Hillman)

  1. landzek dit :

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  2. dmf dit :

    imagine if we could scrap the current trainings/restraining analytic institutes and replace them with experimental conservatories of active imagination, this sort of collection might be a good start
    do you know the work of Rafael López-Pedraza?

    Cliquer pour accéder à 1-rafael-lopez-pedraza.pdf

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  3. knudgeknudge dit :

    Thanks for this reference! I remember Compendium books well….finally closed in 2000
    « Compendium Books was an independent bookstore in London specialising in experimental literary and theoretical publications, from 1968 until its closure in 2000. The Guardian’s John Williams described it as « Britain’s pre-eminent radical bookstore. Whether you wanted books on anarchism, drugs, poststructuralism, feminism or Buddhism, Compendium was the place to go. »[1] »

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  4. dmf dit :

    thanks for the link to this podcast TB, you might like Stanton’s work
    https://speakingofjung.com/podcast/2020/5/13/episode-62-stanton-marlan

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