“It is both surprising and disheartening that Bachelard is not better known. It is equally surprising that his reputation rests primarily with in the academic world, though he has had some influence on artists and architects. But the wider world has not heard of him. . . . "
—Dr. Robert Sardello, in the introduction to Gaston Bachelard: An Elemental Reverie on the World’s Stuff
Founder of Archetypal Psychology James Hillman’s writings, his major lectures, occasional writings, scholarly essays, clinical papers, and interviews are arranged thematically within the uniform editions. Each clothbound volume is embossed with a drawing by American artist James Lee Byars.
The Conversing with James Hillmanseries publishes the papers from the Dallas Institute’s annual James Hillman Symposium. Each symposium takes as its subject a volume of the Uniform Edition of the Writings of James Hillman. Internationally recognized scholars explicate the volume and illuminate concepts developed by James Hillman in his groundbreaking work on archetypal psychology.
The title of the series, Conversing with James Hillman, emphasizes the dialogic nature of this work, considering Hillman’s texts in psychological, philosophical, historical, cultural, and social frameworks. Conversing with James Hillman supports the mission of the James Hillman Symposiums to honor Hillman’s lifelong study of—in his own words—a “psychology deliberately affiliated with the arts, culture, and the history of ideas, arising as they do from the imagination.”
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