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Originally written for the Italian Enciclopedia del Novecento, this indispensable book is a concise, instructive introduction to polytheism, Greek mythology, the soul-spirit distinction, anima mundi, psychopathology, soul-making, imagination, therapeutic practice, and the writings of C. G. Jung, Henry Corbin, and Adolf Portmann in the formulation of the field of Archetypal Psychology. This new edition includes three additional texts, which Hillman long felt belong into this introductory account of Archetypal Psychology: "Why 'Archetypal Psychology'?"; "Psychology: Monotheistic or Polytheistic?"; and "Psychology: Monotheistic or Polytheistic? – Twenty-Five Years Later." The uniform, clothbound set of 11 volumes of the writings of James Hillman (1926–2011), the founder of ARCHETYPAL PSYCHOLOGY, unites major lectures, occasional writings, scholarly essays, clinical papers and interviews — arranged thematically.