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Hillman: Inhuman Relations New
INHUMAN RELATIONS
Uniform Edition Vol. 7
by JAMES HILLMAN
Edited and with an introduction
by SCOTT BECKER
First edition, 376 pages
$40 (clothbound) / $20 (softcover) / $9.99 (e-book)
Inhuman Relations, Vol. 7 of the Uniform Edition of the Writings of James Hillman, contains what could be described as Hillman’s more “clinical” writings. Hillman chose the title, Inhuman Relations, to emphasize the archetypal forces that shape our human interactions—the myths behind our messes, as he says in this volume.
With this volume, Hillman decided to return to his groundbreaking book on soul-making, Re-Visioning Psychology, and organize most of essays under that book’s original operative headings: Personifying or Imagining Things, Pathologizing or Falling Apart, Dehumanizing or Soul-Making, and Psychologizing or Seeing Through.
Cheetham: The World Turned Inside Out New
 
THE WORLD TURNED INSIDE OUT
Henry Corbin and the Angel Out Ahead

by TOM CHEETHAM
Second, revised edition, 246 pages
$22 (softbound) / $9.99 (e-book)
The first book in English to synthesize the remarkable work of Henry Corbin, the great French philosopher, Christian theologian, and scholar of Islamic mysticism. Corbin, a colleague of C. G. Jung’s at Eranos, and one the most important visionaries of the twentieth century, had a seminal influence on the development of archetypal psychology, especially through the idea of the “imaginal world.” Corbin’s work bridges the gap between the philosophy and theology of the West and the mysticism of Islam and provides a radical and unified vision of the three great monotheistic religions based upon the Creative Imagination.
Miller: The New Polytheism New
 
THE NEW POLYTHEISM
Rebirth of the Gods and Goddesses

by DAVID L. MILLER
Third, revised edition, 152 pages
$20 (softbound) / $9.99 (e-book)
Here is a polytheistic theology that is psychological, iconoclastic, and gnostic and views the mythos of gods and goddesses imaginally, as a theologica imaginalis, a perspective for which Gaston Bachelard and Henry Corbin laid the philosophical foundation.
This newly revised edition includes a Prefatory Letter by Henry Corbin and a Postscript by James Hillman.
 
Cover of FACING APOCALYPSE New
 
FACING APOCALYPSE
Edited by VALERIE ANDREWS, ROBERT BOSNAK, KAREN WALTER GOODWIN
Essays by NORMAN O. BROWN, DANILO DOLCI, WOLFGANG GIEGERICH, JAMES HILLMAN, DENISE LEVERTOV, ROBERT JAY LIFTON, JOANNA MACY, DAVID L. MILLER, MIKE  PERLMAN, MARY WATKINS
and an Introduction by ROBERT BOSNAK
Second, revised edition, 222 pages
$22 (softbound) / $9.99 (e-book)
An extraordinary and prescient conference took place at Salva Regina College in Newport, Rhode Island, in June 1983. The theme was “Re-Imagining the End of the World.” The audience brought together a radical mix of peace activists, clergy, poets, psychoanalysts, military historians, and officers from Newport’s Naval War College. Facing Apocalypse, presents the brilliant papers of those two days and the force of ten speakers’ knowledge and conviction, including Norman O. Brown’s radical reflections on Islam, David L. Miller’s and Wolfgang Giegerich’s unveiling of the theological fantasies hidden in the “end of the world,” and James Hillman’s invocations of the god Mars.