From: Joe Smigiel (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: 10/25/02-02:17:19 PM Z
Yep. That a good read?
>>> email@example.com - 10/25/02 5:19 AM >>>
Is this the same James Hillman I know from books such as "We've Had a
Hundred Years of Psychotherapy and the World is Getting Worse"?
Joe Smigiel wrote:
> Having read several Hillman books ("The Dream and the Underworld" would be my current fave) within the past 2 months, I must say I feel refreshed and have started a few new projects as a result. The imaginal orientation is important. Can you share some specifics on what you find rewarding in Hillman?
> >>> firstname.lastname@example.org - 10/24/02 6:49 AM >>>
> And I would also add to the list almost anything written by James Hillman
> (hip? I dunno; up to date?? certainly! perhaps even ahead of itself). The
> best "overview" of Hillman is a compendium of selected writings edited by
> Thomas Moore called "A Blue Fire: Selected Writings of James Hillman."
> Happy Trails....
> Tenants Harbor, Maine
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