IAJS Member Publications Archive

Recently published book on Jung’s ethics “Psychology as Ethics: Reading Jung with Kant, Nietzsche and Aristotle”

Dear All, It was a pleasure to see you at the conference.Those of you who attended my talk on “Jung’s ethics: one or many?” – as well as those who didn’t 🙂 – might want to use the 20% discount for IAJS members on all Routledge publications on my recently published book on Jung’s ethics …

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SHAME, TEMPORALITY AND SOCIAL CHANGE - OMINOUS TRANSITIONS

Shame, Temporality and Social Change – Ominous Transitions

Here is the new book of IAJS Member Ladson Hinton and Hessel Willemsen. You can use discount code FLR40 for 20% off for books purchased directly via Routledge’s website. A powerful, unflinching and deep look from multiple vertices into our contemporary collective descent, epitomized by the COVID-19 pandemic and systemic racism in societies makes Ominous …

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Exploring Depth Psychology and the Female Self: Feminist Themes from Somewhere, edited by Leslie Gardner and Catriona Miller

Exploring Depth Psychology and the Female Self: Feminist Themes from Somewhere, a collection edited by Leslie Gardner and Catriona Miller, presents a Jungian take on modern feminism, offering an international assessment with a dynamic political edge which includes perspectives from both clinicians and academics. Presented in three parts, this unique collection explores how the fields …

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Publication of Archetypal Nonviolence, King, Jung and Culture through the eyes of Selma

This unique study utilizes the psychology of C. G. Jung and the spiritual teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr. to explore how nonviolence works psychologically as a form of spiritual warfare, confronting and transmuting aggression. Renée Moreau Cunningham’s unique study utilizes the psychology of C. G. Jung and the spiritual teachings of …

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The absent Father Effect on Daughters, Father Desire, Father Wounds

The presence of father absence is harmful personally, relationally and culturally. Absence brings lack yet is a space to be filled for new relationships to emerge… This is a love story, but an unrequited one. It is about the needs a daughter has for a father figure, made more prominent and painful when he is …

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NEW BOOK COMING SOON FROM DIEGO PIGNATELLI SPINAZZOLA

New Book Coming Soon from Diego Pignatelli Spinazzola

“The art of being reborn: Jung between alchemy and gnostcism” is an opus similar to the classic vision of the Zurich psychiatrist C. G. Jung. The author extends Jung’s classic approach to alchemy with a rich inventory of Latin phrases and terms faithful to the father of analytical psychology. Diego Pignatelli Spinazzola therefore restores and …

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Arcanum Arcanorum

“Arcanum arcanorum: A refinement of the arcanum within C. G. Jung’s alchemical opus” is a truly simile to Jung’s classical vision extending his classical work into alchemical inquiry and rich inventory of C. G. Jung’s Latin terms. Diego Pignatelli Spinazzola restores and retrieves Jung’s lyrical poetry along with the numinous approach throughout C. G. Jung’s …

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William James and C.G. Jung: Doorways to the Self

Dear All, I am pleased to announce the publication of my new book “William James and C.G. Jung: Doorways to the Self.” by Steven Herrmann Book Endorsement “Steven Herrmann is one of those rare individuals who can brilliantly bring intellectual prowess and visionary depth together in a graceful dance of prose and poetry. In this …

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