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Table Of Contents

Preface
Initial Remarks
Box: Dreams
The Unconscious and Consciousness
Archetypes
Persona and Shadow
Animus, Anima, and the “Wise Old Man”
Sublimation and Emotion
Symbol
Synchronicity
Projection and Complexes
Compensation
Concluding Note
THE POLARITY OF HUMAN PERCEPTION OF THE WORLD
WORDS AND THINGS
Language in Humans and Animals
Words and Names
Words and Sounds
Orwellian Observations
Verbal Magic
Language and Society
Poetry and Metaphor
Box: The Calling of the Prophets
Script and Text
Box: Humour
THE DOORS OF PERCEPTION
The Sense of Sense
Delusion of the Senses
Box: Sensory Vicariance
Box: Time and Space
REDUCTION
Language as Reduction
Reduction and Theory
Reduction, Paranoia, Power
Description
The Problem of Anthropomorphism
MODELLING
Biomorphic Modelling
Technomorphic Modelling
Sociomorphic Modelling
Box: Ethics and its Pitfalls
INTERPRETATION
How Should We Interpret Texts? Interpretation and Power
Signs and Omens
How Should We Interpret Living Organisms?
DOCTRINE AND THE BEARERS OF KNOWLEDGE
The Archaic Intellectual
Institutional and Systematised Knowledge
The Technology of Salvation
Science: Secular Religion?
Box: To What Extent is Modern Natural Science Empirical?
Ecclesiomorphic Structures
Box: Paradigm
Box: Bureaucracy as a Phenomenon
THE WHOLE AND ITS PARTS
Box: Sex
NARRATIVE AND THE HISTORICAL PROCESS
Narrative and Myth
History
Why History?
Waylaying the Future
A Brighter Past and Ideal Types
EVOLUTION AS A PHENOMENON
Box: The Demiurge
THE FONT OF CREATIVITY
THE CONTRIBUTION OF ADOLF PORTMANN
Basic Concepts
The Theatrical Metaphor
Exteriors
Opacity and Transparence
Symmetry
The Function of Surfaces and The Oudemans’ Phenomenon
Patterns
Three-dimensional Structures
The Creative Canon and Exaggerated Structures
The Contribution of Hingston
“Biopower”
Rank
Biochromatics
Birdsong and Natural Musicality
The Significance of Portmann’s Legacy
NATURE AND CULTURE
“Fine Tuning” the Human Body and Psyche
The Origin of the Dichotomy of “Nature” and “Culture”
Cultivated and Natural Landscapes
The Nature of Civilisation
Environmentalism and its Intellectual Roots
Human Artefacts and their Evolution
Human Self-design
Paintings
Box: Art
Linguistic Evolution and Language as Artefact
Folklore as a Phenomenon
DOMESTICATED ANIMALS
The Nature of Domestication
Domestication and Selection
The Auto-domestication of Man
The Purpose of Domesticated Animals
Box: Mute Creatures
Animals and People as Objects of Representation
Flowers
THE NATURE OF RITUAL
Conclusion
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