Dallas, Tex. : Spring Publications, c1985.
x, 188 p.; 23 cm
"This excursion is intended to supplement the main literature on the anima. Since that literature provides a goodly phenomenology of the experience of anima, I shall look here more closely at the rather neglected phenomenology of the notion of anima. Experience and notion affect each other reciprocally. Not only do we derive our notions out of our experiences in accordance with the fantasy of empiricism, but also our notions condition the nature of our experiences." (James Hillman)
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An essay on anima with relevant quotes and writing from C.G. Jung.
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