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The new polytheism;: Rebirth of the gods and goddesses

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Hardcover, 86 pages
Published January 28th 1974 by Harper & Row (first published 1974)
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In this book David Miller attempts to show the essentially "polytheistic" nature of psychology, culture, and religion. He then proposes a re-visioning of our thinking and speaking in terms of myth and narrative rather than abstract, logical systematizing.

Following in the "archetypal psychology" tradition of James Hillman, this work argues that the traditional psychotherapeutic goal of an integrated whole is monotheistic. We are better served by a psychology of the disparate and multiple. Miller
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David L. Miller, Ph.D., is Watson-Ledden Professor of Religion Emeritus, Syracuse University (NY), and a founding Fellow of The Imaginal Institute.
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