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  • By jon marshall
    Nov 6, 2011
    I'm the editor so feel free to dismiss the 5 star evaluation, but please read the blurb This book is an edited collection of essays, largely by Australian Jungian Psychologists dealing with the psychological aspects of Climate Change and its imagining. Table of Contents Introduction: Jonathan Marshall Depth Psychology and Climate Change xi 1 Craig San Roque Sea Level 1 2 Robert Bosnak From Time Immemorial to Days unforseeable 27 3 Jonathan Marshall Climate Change is a Symbolic Event 33 4 Peter Dicker The Earth’s Subtle Body 43 5 Anne di Lauro A Dream of Water 71 6 Lenore Kulakauskas Climate Change and Western consciousness 81 7 Interlude I Some Tales of Solomon and Sheba 107 8 Susan Murphy Conversation with Dulumnmun, Uncle Max Harrison 113 9 Jonathan Marshall Oedipus and Ecology: with a Note on the Holy Grail 125 10 Bronwyn Goss The Gift of the Furies Experience: March 2009 137 11 Glenda Cloughley Climate Change and The Great Chance for Poetry 145 12 Interlude 2 From the Chang Tzu... More > 177 13 Sally Gillespie An Elemental Imbalance 187 14 Jonathan Marshall Depth Psychology and Social Innovation 197 15 Anne Noonan and Julie Macken Stardust 219 16 Interlude 3 Goethe ‘Aphorisms on Nature’ 237 17 Pam Stavropoulos Unconscious Responses to Climate Change 241 18 David Tacey The Sacred from Below 265 19 Interlude 4 From ‘Hut Poems’ by Marie Tulip 277 20 Terence McBride Earth Protector or Earth Destroyer 283 21 Peter White Coping with a Climate of Change 301 22 Jacinta Frawley Musing on the Council Pickup 333 23 Jonathan Marshall On Oppositions or Differences 341 24 Lucy Davey Can these bones live? 355 25 David Tacey Entering the Dream of Nature 365 26 Sally Gillespie Descent in the Time of Climate Change 395 27 Jonathan Marshall Conclusion: Climate Change and Disorder 415 Bibliography Authors Index There is an interview on ABC radio's *All in the Mind* which can be found at:< Less
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Second Paperback Edition
Jung Downunder Books
November 30, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.8 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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