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Sunday, June 10, 2001

Mythology's "MythingLinks": links to Jung, Campbell, Pacifica Graduate Institute & related sites

MYTHING LINKS
An Annotated & Illustrated Collection of Worldwide Links to Mythologies,
Fairy Tales & Folklore, Sacred Arts & Sacred Traditions
by Kathleen Jenks, Ph.D.

A wealth of stuff to explore here.
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11 December, 1999

Walter Logemen, intro

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Romanticism On the Net Romanticism On the Net is an International Refereed Electronic Journal devoted to Romantic studies.
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The C.G. Jung Page: Cyberwork: The archetypal imagination in new realms of ensoulment. An article by Cliff Bostock. Towards a Jungian Psychology of Technology

from the jung pages

"Do the gods occupy cyberspace? Can soul be constructed in virtual reality?"

This is an excellent paper - one that defends the sort of position that Psybernet has had since its inception.

"Cliff Bostock is a doctoral candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, CA. This essay is a re-working of some of the ideas presented in an earlier paper "Cyberspace: Shadow of the Cultural Imagination?"which was inspired by a meeting between James Hillman and his class at Pacfifica."

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Theories and Metphors of Cyberspace- Abstracts

"Contrary to popular belief 'we can not think what we like', words and metaphors have a power of their own. I would draw on the ideas of Jung and Hillman and relate it to metaphors of cyberspace. An example I am pondering at the moment is the word 'depth' -- is the medium conducive to depth, or only breadth, and height?"

Familiar words -- to me!
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