By Stephen C. Russell
By Stephen C. Russell
By Susan Niditch
By Géza G. Xeravits,Jan Dušek
By Ann Conrad Lammers
This booklet charts Carl Gustav Jung’s 33-year (1928-61) correspondence with James Kirsch, including intensity and complexity to the formerly released list of the early Jungian move. Kirsch was once a German-Jewish psychiatrist, a first-generation follower of Jung, who based Jungian groups in Berlin, Tel Aviv, London, and l. a.. Their letters inform of heroic survival, fantastic creativity, and the construction of generative associations, yet those topics are darkened by way of own and collective shadows.
The Nazi period looms over the 1st half the ebook, shaping the tale in ways in which have been fateful not just for Kirsch and his profession but in addition for Jung and his. Kirsch proficient with Jung and acted as a instruct in Jewish psychology and tradition to him. In 1934, fearing that anti-Semitism had seized his instructor, Kirsch challenged Jung to give an explanation for a few of his courses for the Nazi-dominated scientific Society for Psychotherapy. Jung’s solution confident Kirsch of his sincerity, and from then on Kirsch defended him fiercely opposed to any allegation of anti-Semitism.
We additionally witness Kirsch’s lifelong fight with states of archetypal ownership: his identity with the internal God-image at the one hand, and with subconscious female features of his psyche at the different. those complexes have been expressed, for Kirsch, in actual indicators and emotional dilemmas, and so they led him into medical boundary violations which have been expensive to his analysands, his family members and himself.
The textual content of those old records is translated with nice awareness to kind and accuracy, and beneficiant editorial scaffolding provides glimpses into the writers’ international. 4 appendices are incorporated: essays by way of Kirsch, a chain of letters among Hilde Kirsch and Jung, and a short, incisive essay at the clinical Society for Psychotherapy. This revised version comprises fundamental fabric that was once unavailable while the ebook was once first released, in addition to up-to-date footnotes and minor corrections to the translated letters.
By Marta F. Topel
By Matthew V. Novenson
By Elyse Goldstein
Women rabbis are altering the face of Judaism. become aware of how their interpretations of the Torah can increase your viewpoint. "Rich and engaging…makes to be had to a large readership the collective knowledge of ladies who've replaced the face of Judaism." —Judith Plaskow, writer, status back at Sinai: Judaism from a Feminist point of view; Professor of non secular stories, long island collage right here, for the 1st time, women's detailed stories and views are utilized to the full 5 Books of Moses, supplying we all the 1st accomplished remark through ladies. during this groundbreaking ebook, greater than 50 girls rabbis come jointly to supply us inspiring insights at the Torah, in a week-by-week structure. integrated are commentaries by means of the 1st girls ever ordained within the Reform, Reconstructionist and Conservative routine, and by way of many different girls throughout those denominations who serve within the rabbinate in numerous methods. This wealthy source bargains new views to encourage we all to realize deeper that means from the Torah and a heightened appreciation of Judaism. an enormous contribution to fashionable biblical observation. The present of selection for each younger woman’s bat mitzvah, and for someone short of a brand new, interesting view of Torah. Contributing Rabbis: Rebecca T. Alpert • Lia Bass • Miriam Carey Berkowitz • Elizabeth Bolton • Analia Bortz • Sharon Brous • Judith Gary Brown • Nina Beth Cardin • Diane Aronson Cohen • Sandra J. Cohen • Cynthia A. Culpeper • Lucy H.F. Dinner • Lisa A. Edwards • Amy Eilberg • Sue Levi Elwell • Rachel Esserman • Helaine Ettinger • Susan Fendrick • Lori Forman • Dayle A. Friedman • Elyse D. Frishman • Nancy Fuchs-Kreimer • Shoshana Gelfand • Laura Geller • Elyse M. Goldstein • Julie ok. Gordon • Claire Magidovitch eco-friendly • Rosette Barron Haim • Jill Hammer • Karyn D. Kedar • Sarra Levine • Valerie Lieber • Ellen Lippmann • Sheryl Nosan • Stacy okay. Offner • Sara Paasche-Orlow • Barbara Rosman Penzner • Hara E. individual • Audrey S. Pollack • Sally J. Priesand • Geela-Rayzel Raphael • Laura M. Rappaport • Debra Judith Robbins • Rochelle Robins • Gila Colman Ruskin • Sandy Eisenberg Sasso • Ilene Schneider • Rona Shapiro • Michal Shekel • Beth J. Singer • Sharon L. Sobel • Ruth H. Sohn • Julie Ringold Spitzer z”l • Shira Stern • Pamela Wax • Nancy Wechsler-Azen • Nancy H. Wiener • Elana Zaiman
By Matthew E. Gordley
By Mark Dov Shapiro,Neil Waldman
This e-book is ready Shabbat--the Jewish treasure that comes round each seven days. in the course of our freedom, Shabbat bargains roots and proposal, in addition to pleasure and wish. in the middle of an international of unending offerings and paths, Judaism presents the wealthy assets built for dwelling a lifetime of that means over centuries of perform. specifically, Judaism deals Shabbat in an effort to deepen, renew, and refresh our lives.
Through extra essays, poetry, and private insights, in addition to many new inspiring and inventive rules, this up to date version of Gates of Shabbat deals a roadmap to studying and exploring what Shabbat can suggest to you.
By Hyam Maccoby