More From James Hillman
- "The culture is going into a psychological depression. We are concerned about our place in the world, about being competitive: Will my children have as much as I have? Will I ever own my own home? How can I pay for a new car? Are immigrants taking away my white world?"
- "I don’t think anything changes until ideas change. The usual American viewpoint is to believe that something is wrong with the person."
- "Loss means losing what was We want to change but we don’t want to lose. Without time for loss, we don’t have time for soul."
More In War
- "You might hold an ethical position that it’s wrong to lie, but if you have plans for a war in Iraq, and you want to keep them secret for practical reasons – to reduce casualties, perhaps – and someone asks you about those plans, you may need to lie for a ‘good’ outcome."― Peter Singer
- "The Vietnam War required us to emphasize the national interest rather than abstract principles. What President Nixon and I tried to do was unnatural. And that is why we didn’t make it."― Henry A. Kissinger
- "The terrorists and their supporters declared war on the United States – and war is what they got."― George W. Bush