James Hillman (1926-2011) died Thursday, October 27, at his home in Thompson, Connecticutt of complications from bone cancer, Margot McLean-Hillman told The New York Times. These 4 photographs are from Eranos Conferences with 2 of James Hillman, one lecturing and one talking with Paul Kugler and Wolfgang Giegerich in 1988 and with 2 of Eranos (Ascona) framing him. James played a vital role at the Erano Conferences as he did at the C.G. Jung Institute-Zürich, Spring Publications, the IAAP Congresses, the Dallas Institute of the Humanities and Culture, and the Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts. [Click photographs to enlarge]
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