Robert Romanyshyn Articles

"Anyway why did it have to be the death of the poet?" The Orphic Roots of Jung's Psychology (PDF document).

Review of Grace in the Desert: Awakening to the Gifts of Monastic Life by Dennis Patrick Slattery. (PDF document).

The above articles have been reprinted from Spring 71: A Journal of Archetype and Culture, Fall, 2004.

-"Seasons of Love and Grief." The International Journal of Transpersonal Studies, Phillippe L. Gross (Ed). Honolulu, Hawaii: Panigada Press, Vol. 19 (1/2), 2000 Preface. Mary Watkins. Waking Dreams. Dallas: Spring Publications, 2000.

Preface.Dennis Slattery The Wounded Body. Albany: Suny Press, 2000.

"The Pleasure of Reverie: On Not Being Useful." The Salt Journal, David Barton (Ed.) Vol. 2/Number 1, Fall 2000.

"Psychology is Useless; Or it Should Be." Janus Head: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts, V. Barbeti(ed.), 3/2, Fall 2000

"On Angels and other Anomalies of the Imaginal Life." Temenos Academy Review, Kathleen Raine(Ed), London: Temenos Academy, Issue 3, Spring 2000

"For the Moment, That's Enough: Reveries on Therapy and the Poetry of Language." The San Franscisco Jung Institute Library Journal, John Beebe(Ed), Vol. 18(1),1999.

"Egos, Angels and the Colors of Nature." Alexandria-4 David Fideler( Ed), Phanes Press, 1997

"Starry Nights, Sexual Love and the Rhythms of the Soul." Sphinx 7: A Journal for Archetypal Psychology and the Arts, Noel Cobb (Ed),1996

"The Orphan and the Angel: In Defense of Melancholy." Psychological Perspectives, Ernest Lawrence Rossi(Ed), No. 32, Fall - Winter 1995.

"The Dream Body in Cyberspace." Magical Blend, Michael Peter Langevin and Jerry Snider(Eds) Issue 45, 1995

"The Dream Body in Cyberspace." Psychological Perspectives, Ernest Lawrence Rossi(Ed) No. 29, Spring-Summer 1994. (Reprinted in Magical Blend)

Preface. Roger Brooke, Jung and Phenomenology. London: Routledge, Chapman & Hall, 1991.

"Complex Knowing: Toward a Psychological Hermeneutics." The Humanistic Psychologist, 19, Spring, 1991

"Das Auge der Distanzierten Sehweise und der Leib der Verlangens: Eine Psychologie des Wohens (The Eye of Distant Vision and the Body of Desire: A Psychology of Dwelling)." Poesis, Rudolf zur Lippe(Ed), Oldenburg: Germany, 3/1987

"The Abandoned Body." Stirrings of Culture, Dallas: The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, Summer, 1985.

"The Graduate Psychology Program at the University of Dallas:1972-1984." The Humanistic Psychologist, Vol. 13, No. 1, Winter, 1985.

"The Circle of Confusion: From Psychology through Science to Metaphor." The Archeology of the Imagination, C. Winquist (Ed.), Journal of the American Academy of Religion: Thematic Studies, XLVIII/2, Fall, 1981.

"Facts and Stories: On the Metaphorical Character of Psychological Life." ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Change, 4, 1, Spring, 1981, pp. 15-19.

"Looking at the Light: Reflections of the Mutable Body." Dragonflies: Studies in Imaginal Psychology, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1980.

"Psychological Language and the Voice of Things" (Part II). Dragonflies: Studies in Imaginal Psychology, Vol. 2, Spring 1979

"Psychological Language and the Voice of Things" (Part I). Dragonflies: Studies in Imaginal Psychology,, Vol. 1, No. 1, Fall, 1978.

"Dreams and the Anthropological Conditions of Dreaming." Soundings, LX, 3, Fall, 1977.

"Phenomenology and the Reading of Behavior." Journal for Phenomenological Psychology, VIII, I, Fall, 1977.

"Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis: Contribution of Merleau-Ponty." Psychoanalytic Review, 64, 2, 1977.

"Phenomenological Psychology." Philosophical Psychologist, Vol. 9, 4, Spring, 1976.

"Metaphors and Human Behavior." Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 5, 2, Summer, 1975.

"Psychotherapy and the Human Context." The Human Context, VII, 2, Summer, 1975.

"Psychotherapy: A Dialogue of Faith & Power." The Human Context, VI, 1, Spring, 1974.

"Copernicus and the Beginnings of Modern Science." Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 3, 1, Summer, 1975.

"Empiricism and Empirical Psychology." American Psychologist, 27, 1, January, 1972.

"Method and Meaning in Psychology: The Method Had Been the Message." Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 2, 1, Fall, 1971.

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