“We know what’s wrong,” says the iconic Jungian psychotherapist and author James Hillman, “but do we know that knowing what’s wrong is some of what’s wrong?” Has “analysis paralysis” sapped our energy and determination to transform a failing world? Can we cut through the tangle to actually act to make a positive difference? Can we turn our vices into virtues? Though Hillman’s approach may sound paradoxical, his destination is the deeper understanding that leads to real transformation—and to transformative action.
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