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cultural therapy, uses theater, poetry, labor and gardening…

Peter asked a great question: One important issue is to what “use” the idea of cultural complex has.  Or, what does the cultural complex “contribute”. Though she doesn’t quite go to pointing out cultural complexes, I’d like to point us back to a nice foreshadowing of this discussion, which is Jutta Schamp’s  article on Creolizing Jung.  I understood her...

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