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James Hillman
 
'American post-Jungian James Hillman, noted gadfly to all psychologies without without soul (psyche), served in the U. S. Navy Hospital Corps from - during World War 2. Following the war, he attended the Sorbonne in Paris before graduating from Trinity College, Dublin, in . He received his Ph. D. from the University of Zurich in ,, then remained in Zurich to study with the Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung at the Jung Institute. He was immediately hired as the Director of Studies at the Jung Institute after obtaining his diploma. Hillman left the Institute in to become editor of Spring Publications, a publishing house founded in Zurich about which initially specialized in Jungian and early post-Jungian books. Under Hillman, it remained a niche-publishing house located initially in Dallas, Texas, but expanded to cover 'soul in culture' or Archetypal Psychology works generally. He served as its editor until . While still in Zurich, he wrote his magnum opus, Re-visioning Psychology, which was published in and nominated for the Pulitzer Prize; and co-founded the Dallas Institute for Humanities and Culture in . He returned to the United States in , and after a short stay in Dallas, taught at the universities of Yale, Princeton, Syracuse, Chicago and Dallas. Hillman has written twenty-eight books since including his book, The Soul's Code: In Search of Character and Calling which hit the New York Time best seller list. '
 
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