Over the centuries the Western mind has come to an uncritical certainty that reality has two dimensions - one "out there" and another "here inside." Object and subject face each other, separate themselves from each other, assert themselves as completely different from their radically different Other.
In Soul and Culture Roberto Gambini leads us to see that we are now entering an age in which it is no longer possible to believe this time-honored enactment. What has been perceived as duality for ages is being revealed as one with two sides. Through haunting and persuasive examples Gambini reveals the connection between soul and culture.
In simple, eloquent terms, Gambini illustrates that history can no longer be separate from the psyche - they reflect each other, two forms of the same substance. He challenges us to pursue transformation through reconciling the outer and inner realms and thinking critically about what we call "reality."
This book is part of the Carolyn and Ernest Fay Series in Analytical Psychology.