The Archetypal Psychology of James Hillman and the Integral Psychology of C. G. Jung: Comparisons and Contrasts

The task I set before myself in this essay is to differentiate the archetypal psychology of James Hillman from the Integral psychology of C. G. Jung. A key difference lies in the phenomenon of the Self in Jung’s psychology, which he sees as the integrating centre of personality. There is no centre of personality as such in Hillman’s scheme, although he exhorts his audience to deepen its relationship with the archetypal image in search of a “theos” inherent in each event.

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