Lying and Violence: A Nobel Lecture by Alexander Solzhenitsyn by Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D. (Published in New Braunfels, Texas newspaper, the Herald-Zeitung’s Opinion page, June 12-13, 2021.) [...]
Existential Intimacy of Learning: A Noetic Turn from STEM by Peter M. Rojcewicz, PhD Pacifica Graduate Institute Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs STEM Education Science, technology, [...]
An Obscure Order: Reflections on Cultural Mythologies by Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D. Core Faculty, Mythological Studies Program Pacifica Graduate Institute. A myth, I hope these essays reveal, [...]
Dreams, Calling, Suffering, and Individuation: Finding Light in the Darkness An Interview with Jungian Analyst and New Pacifica Core Faculty Member, Fanny Brewster. A Guest Post by Bonnie Bright, [...]
Conversation and Civilization’s Renewal Dennis Patrick Slattery Recently on a flight from Salt Lake City to San Antonio I found myself sitting next to a man for the two and a half hour journey. I [...]
Alchemical Explorations with Thomas Elsner Beth Anne Boardman, Ph.D. (Mythological Studies, 2012) | originally posted 29 Jan 2013 You know, Jung had a collaboration with Wolfgang Pauli, the Nobel [...]
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