The New York Times has called Carl Jung’s “The Red Book” the “holy grail of the unconscious”. We’ll find out why the 205-page manuscript, written in calligraphy, wasn’t published or shown publicly until last year. Guests include Thomas Kirsch, member of CG Jung Institute of San Francisco; and Thomas Singer, Jungian analyst.
Host: Michael Krasny
- Thomas Kirsch, member of CG Jung Institute of San Francisco
- Thomas Singer, Jungian analyst
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The map of an american city goes on a quest across the world to find oil in order to feed its body, made of streets, highways and freeways.
Directed and animated by : Patrick JEAN http://www.patrick-jean.com
Sound design : David KAMP http://www.davidkamp.de/
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