Books by James Hillman

LAMENT OF THE DEAD by James Hillman
Released: Aug. 26, 2013

"A brilliant collection, evocative of all that is wonderful and strange about Jung's Red Book and about the human psyche itself."
This series of transcribed conversations between two eminent scholars provides nuanced and provocative context for Carl Jung's Red Book and its influence on contemporary thinking. Read full book review >
Released: Aug. 1, 1996

"This verbose book would have benefitted by being pruned into a stylistically far tighter essay, less declamatory and more reflective. (Author tour)"
What set of factors most influence the course of an individual human life? Read full book review >
KINDS OF POWER by James Hillman
Released: April 20, 1995

"In his gnomic one-liners, Hillman comes across as part latter- day Emerson and part Sensitive New Age Guy, but the reader is likely to view the whole as flapdoodle."
Jungian analyst Hillman (coauthor, Freud's Own Cookbook, 1985, etc.) rambles on about a new, and hopefully healthier, paradigm of power for the business world. Read full book review >