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Philosophical Intimations
New
in 2016
PHILOSOPHICAL INTIMATIONS
by JAMES HILLMAN
Uniform Edition Vol. 8

Edited, and with an introduction
by EDWARD S. CASEY

Clothbound, $45 USD
432 pages
First edition
ISBN: 978-0-88214-587-7

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99 USD
eISBN: 978-0-88214-034-6

SUBJECT: Archetypal Psychology/Philosophy

This expansive volume collects Hillman’s papers and lectures on Language and Learning; Cosmology, Metaphysics, and Mathematics; Philosophy of Psychology; The Aesthetic Dimension; and Future Time; as well as three conversations with Edward S. Casey on “the need for metaphysics.”
The Sibling ArchetypeNew
in 2016

THE SIBLING ARCHETYPE
The Psychology of Brothers and Sisters
and the Meaning of Horizontality
by GUSTAVO BARCELLOS

With a foreword by GLEN SLATER

Paperback original, $20 USD
84 pages
First edition
ISBN: 978-0-88214-050-6

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99 USD
eISBN: 978-0-88214-051-3

SUBJECT: Archetypal Psychology

Barcellos’s groundbreaking study on the psychodynamics of brothers and sisters, published in Portuguese in 2009, has been revised and expanded for its English edition on the theme of horizontality by this leading Jungian analyst. The fundamental role of the Sibling archetype in structuring and establishing individual adult life is undeniable, yet still dismissed. Brothers and sisters are powerful figures in our lives as we build our mature relationship patterns. Psychology must follow the movement that has been detected in other arts and sciences: the current search for the paradigm of brotherhood and horizontality. The Sibling is the archetypal basis for constructing the Other, and for recreating an idea and a sense of community within the new orders of the contemporary world.

The Art of Inquiry
New
in 2017
THE ART OF INQUIRY
A Depth-Psychological Perspective
by Joseph Coppin and Elizabeth Nelson

Third, expanded edition

Paperback original, $26 USD
360 pages
ISBN: 978-0-88214-059-9

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99 USD
eISBN: 978-0-88214-060-5

SUBJECT: Jungian Psychology/Research

In this clear and readable book, the authors show that research guided by the soul is rich, passionate, and meaningful. Borrowing from their expertise as scholars and teachers, they blend philosophy and practice to describe what scholarly research undertaken from the perspective of the soul might look like and to account for the exceptional experience of psychological inquiry at its best. The third, expanded edition includes two new chapters. The new second chapter offers a basic introduction to depth psychology for thoughtful, inquisitive readers, one that follows its connections to myth, religion, and indigenous practices of healing. A new seventh chapter on deep writing explores qualities such as beauty, craft, the fluidity and precision of language, and soulful communion between author and reader. This edition also enlarges the scope of the conversation by including more expert voices, including philosophers, poets, and novelists as well as scholars of religion, anthropology, mythology, and neurobiology.

Schelling's Philosophy of RevelationNew
in 2018
ON THE DOORSTEP OF THE ABSOLUTE
F.W.J. Schelling’s PHILOSOPHY OF REVELATION
Selected, translated, and with an introduction
by KLAUS OTTMANN

Paperback original, $26 USD
360 pages
First edition
ISBN: 978-0-88214-066-7

SUBJECT: Religion/Psychology

The first complete translation of the 1841-42 lectures on “Philosophy and Revelation” by the important German idealist philosopher Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph Schelling (1775-1854), as transcribed by H. E. G. Paulus.

Schelling’s “Philosophy of Revelation” was never published during his lifetime. The historically most significant 1841-42 lectures in Berlin exist only in transcriptions, which form the basis of this volume. Introduced, translated, and annotated by the Schelling scholar Klaus Ottmann, the lectures are paired with earlier writings and lectures on the subject of philosophy and religion, such as his 1798 text on “Revelation and National Education”; his 1802 Jena lecture “On the Historical Construct of Christianity”; and his 1827 inaugural lecture in Munich.