Throughout the world, billions of people are sharply focused on the significance of the third millennium of the Western calendar. While some see hope, others fear (or even long for) an apocalypse. In this single volume, thirteen prominent Jungians of diverse religious backgrounds - from the Western (Judaism, Christianity, Islam) to the Eastern (Taoism, Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism) - who provide an unparalleled insight into their views of the meaning and significance of this event. The prominent list of contributors to this unprecedented work includes: Peter Coukoulis, Ph.D.; John Dourley, Ph.D.; Gustav Dreifuss, Ph.D. and Bina Weiler, M.A.; Anson J. Levine, Ph.D.; Shirley S.Y. Ma, M.Sc.; Mokusen Miyuki, Ph.D.; Joe McNair, Ph.D.; Gloria F. Orenstein, Ph.D.; Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche; Manisha Roy, Ph.D.; Murray Stein, Ph.D.; Arwind Vasavada, D.Litt.; and, J. Marvin Spiegelman, Ph.D.
Series: Religion and Jungian Psychology Series
Number Of Pages: 186
Published: 1st October 1998
Dimensions (cm): 14.0 x 21.5 x 1.5
Weight (kg): 0.25