New in 2015

UE 8



Uniform Edition Vol. 8

Edited, and with an introduction
by Edward S. Casey

Clothbound, $42
432 pages
First edition
ISBN: 978-0-88214-587-7

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99
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.”



New in 2015



The Meanings of Imagination
in Henry Corbin and James Hillman

Paperback original, $22
200 pages
First edition
ISBN-13: 978-0-88214-032-2

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99
eISBN: 978-0-88214-033-9

SUBJECT: Religion/Psychology

Corbin’s work on the role of imagination in the religions and its fundamental place in human life has had a lasting and wide-ranging influence on contemporary poetry and the humanities. Among his most influential readers were the poets Charles Olson and Robert Duncan and the archetypal psychologist James Hillman. Central to their common vision is the creative power of language, understood not as a human invention but as a fundamental feature of reality. This new book by philosopher, biologist, poet, and teacher Tom Cheetham provides an overview of Corbin’s “psychocosmology” and its significance for Hillman’s archetypal psychology, contemporary poetics, and spiritual practice. It will be of interest to psychotherapists, artists, poets, and anyone who has ever wondered at the mysterious power of language and the imagination to transform the human soul.


New in 2014




Uniform Edition Vol. 1

Clothbound, $32
160 pages
Newly revised and expanded fourth edition
ISBN: 978-0-88214-998-1

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99
eISBN: 978-0-88214-999-8

SUBJECT: Archetypal Psychology

This new edition of Hillman’s indispensable introduction to Archetypal Pstyhology includes three additional texts: “Why ‘Archetypal Psychology’?”; “Psychology: Monotheistic or Polytheistic?”; and “Psychology: Monotheistic or Polytheistic? – Twenty-Five Years Later.”


New in 2015





The Extraordinary and the Postmodern Condition

Paperback original, $22
216 pages
Second, revised and enlarged edition
ISBN: 978-0-88214-592-1

Kindle/iBooks edition, $9.99
eISBN: 978-0-88214-037-7

SUBJECT: Philosophy/Art

THE GENIUS DECISION is not an attempt at explaining or predicting genius. Nor is its goal to construct a concept or the concept of genius. Rather, the following should be considered as a horizon of conceptual events that constitute an philosophy of desire within the ethical-aesthetical writings of seven of Western philosophy’s most influential thinkers: Spinoza, Schelling, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Peirce, Wittgenstein, and Heidegger. This postmodern reevaluation of genius suggests that while there is no essentialist quality of genius, the postmodern artist can reach the Extraordinary by way of an active-passive Genius Decision, which is engaged in an activity of failure in its desire to represent the Nonrepresentable.