PHILOSOPHY OF REVELATION (1841–42)
and Related Texts by F.W.J. SCHELLING
Edited, translated, and with an introduction
by KLAUS OTTMANN
First edition, 384 pages
$32 (softbound) / $9.99 (e-book)
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), which until now has been largely neglected in the English-speaking world. 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, 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.
FROM TYPES TO IMAGES
by JAMES HILLMAN
Uniform Edition Vol. 4
Edited and with an introduction
by KLAUS OTTMANN
First edition, 224 pages
$36 (clothbound) / $9.99 (e-book)
Moving Jungian psychology from types to images, to an image-based archetypal psychology, is James Hillman’s concern in this volume. This volume leads from Hillman’s principal essay on typology, “Egalitarian Typologies versus the Perception of the Unique,” to his expansive “Inquiry into Image.” Hillman instigates an active re-visioning, re-imagining, of psychology as a self-generative activity of the soul: “An image is given by the imagining perspective and can only be perceived by an act of imagining.”
by MARY ANN MATTON
Third, revised edition, 336 pages $25 (softbound) / $9.99 (e-book)
Mary Ann Mattoon gives a clear presentation of C. G. Jung’s method of dream interpretation. Drawing extensively on her own practice as well as the theories of analytical psychology, Dr. Mattoon discusses the nature of dreams while also offering step by step advice on how to interpret them and how to verify those interpretations. Chapters on individual and archetypal amplification, the concrete situation of the dreamer, childhood dreams, and an overall appraisal of Jung’s contribution to the field will interest both clinicians and lay people.
Opening the Eyes of Fire
by TOM CHEETHAM
Second, revised edition, 219 pages
$22 (softbound) / $9.99 (e-book)
This book explores the status of religion in the Post-Prophetic Age, especially as seen through the eyes of the French Islamic scholar Henry Corbin. In lucid and simple prose, Cheetham explores the creative role of the imagination in the formative ground of the three great Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. For Corbin, engaging the soul of the world through the mediating power of the Imaginal is an act of love, a theme Cheetham expands through his analysis of such concepts as mystical poverty, contemplative knowledge, the luminosity of the earth, the theophanic vision, the Christ Angel, Incarnation, the divine sensorium, alchemical transformation, the spiritual humanism of Ivan Illich, Western iconoclasm, and the centrality of gnosis.