Ian McCallum



Ian McCallum is a medical doctor, Jungian psychologist, wilderness guide, and founder of the Wilderness Leadership School in the Cape of Good Hope. He is the author of the novel Thorns to Kilimanjaro and a poetry collection, Wild Gifts. In the 1970s he played fullback for Springbok, South Africa's national union rugby team. McCallum currently lives in Cape Town with his wife, Sharon.

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Ecological Intelligence: Re...

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The Celtic, Glasgow Irish a...

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Thorns to Kilimanjaro

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Wild Gifts

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The Blood Sacrifice

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“The decoding of the human genome tells us that we are indeed related to the animals, the insects, and the plants, and that, like it or not, Earth is where we belong.”
Ian McCallum, Ecological Intelligence: Rediscovering Ourselves in Nature

“Freedom of speech is not simply a freedom to think and say what you wish, but to speak for yourself, to speak from the heart, and to be accountable for your words.”
Ian McCallum, Ecological Intelligence: Rediscovering Ourselves in Nature



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