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Jungian Reflections on September 11

A Global Nightmare

Luigi Zoja

Daimon Verlag
Seldom has an event in the world had such pervasive and all-encompassing effect as the brutal terrorist attacks on New York and Washington in September, 2001. Has our world become a different place as a result? If so, in what ways? What might a psychotherapist of depth psychologist perceive in the eruption of shocking contents?
Author Bio
Donald Williams is a Jungian Analyst is in private practice in Boulder, CO. He is the editor of the C.G. Jung Page since 1995 and webmaster for the International Association for Analytical Psychology, and he has contributed articles to Jung and Film, The Soul of Popular Culture, The San Francisco Library Journal, and other publications.