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C. Baudelaire, Petits poèmes en prose. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1971.
H.H. Pattee, “A Symposium in Theoretical Biology.” In, P. Buckley and F.D. Peat, Editors, Glimpsing Reality. Toronto, Canada, 1996.
F.D. Peat, Pathways of Chance. Pari, Italy, 2007.
S. Rowland, Jung as a Writer. Hove, UK, 2005.
J. Hillman, "Jung and Acrive Imagination." Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, CA, 2009.
S. Taneda. In, J. Stevens, Mountain Tasting: Zen Haiku by Santōka Taneda. New York, NY, 1982. (Translation slightly modified.)

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M. Ekai. N. Senzaki, Translator. In, R.S. Chayat, Editor, Eloquent Silence. Boston, MA, 2008.
G. Snyder, "Spring Shesshim at Shokoku-ji." Earth House Hold. New York, NY, 1969.
New World Dictionary of the American Language, Second College Edition. New York, NY, 1980.
essentially a symbolic language: Y. Taborin. Interview in La Croix, 12/20/1996.

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S. Freud, Totem and Taboo New York, NY, 1946.

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T. Chia. Y. Lin, Translator. In, A. Watts, Cloud-Hidden Whereabouts Unknown: A Mountain Journal. New York, NY, 1968.
M. O'Connor, When I Find You Again It Will Be In the Mountains: Selected Poems of Chai Tao. Boston, MA, 2000.
the psyche interprets its own: M. Stein. Letter to Robert Segal. International Association for Jungian Studies, Discussion List. (n.d.)

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any reasonable person: T. McKenna. (N.D.)
J. Weishaus, Oxherding: A Reworking of the Zen Text, with Block Prints by Arthur Okamura. San Francisco, CA, 1971.
R.M. Rilke. A. Poulin, Jr., Translator, "The Sonnets to Orpheus." Duino Elegies and the Sonnets To Orpheus. New York, NY, 2005.

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D. Lewis-Wiiliams & J. Pearce, Inside the Neolithic Mind. London, UK, 2005.
J. Berger, "Giacometti." In, About Looking. New York, NY, 1980.
J. Lord, A Giacometti Portrait. New York, NY, 1965.

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under ordinary atmospheric: P. Schewe and B. Stein, "No Splash on the Moon." Physics News Update: No. 725 #3, April 1, 2005.

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B. Lopez, Winter Count. New York, NY, 1981.
G. Bachelard, “Rock.” Earth and Reveries of Will. Dallas, TX, 2002.
M. Eliade, Shamanism. London, UK, 1989.
the primitive psyche on man: C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections. New York, NY, 1973.
F. Waters, Book of the Hopi. New York, NY, 1974.

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E. Jabès, The Book of Questions. Middletown, CT, 1984.
M-L von Franz, The Feminine in Fairy Tales. Dallas, TX, 1972.
M. Bashō, "The Narrow Road to the Deep North." In, Bashō's Journey. D.L. Barnhill, Translator. Albany, NY, 2005.
R. Bosnak, "How a Character Embodies an Actor." In, S. Marlan, Editor, Archetypal Psychologies: Reflections in Honor of James Hillman. New Orleans, LA, 2008.

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A. Breton. Quoted in, R. Hohl, Editor, Giacometti: A Biography in Pictures. New York, 1998.
M. Gyulassy. In, T. Folger, “The Big Bang Machine.” Discover, February 2007.
in these areas Artemis: M. Jost, “The Distribution of Sanctuaries in Civic Space in Arkadia.” In, S. Alcock and R. Osborne, Editors, Placing the Gods. Oxford, UK, 1994.

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animals were seen as belonging: P. Shepard, Nature and Madness. Athens, GA., 1998.
J. Genet, "The Studio of Alberto Gaicometti." Fragments of the Artwork. Stanford, CA, 2003.

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D. Lewis-Williams & J. Pearce, Inside the Neolithic Mind. London, UK, 2005.
Rebecca Solnit, “Wanderlust: A History of Walking.” New York, NY, 2000.
as species disappear: P. Shepard, Nature and Madness. Athens, GA., 1998.
L. Steinberg, "The Philosophical Brothel, Part 2." Art News, October 1972.
J. Genet, "The Studio of Alberto Giacometti." Fragments of the Artwork. Stanford, CA, 2003.
I. Kozan. The death poem of Zen Master Kozan
Ichikyo. (d. 1360

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P. Pullman, The Amber Spyglass. London, UK, 2000.
S. Heaney. From, "Bog Queen."
D. Lewis-Wiiliams & J. Pearce, Inside the Neolithic Mind. London, UK, 2005.
the brain compensates:

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S. Mithen, “On Early Palaeolithic ‘Concept-Mediated Marks, Mental Modularity, and the Origins of Art.” Current Anthropology 37 (1996)
his was a vampire face: A.J. Andrea and J.H. Overfield, The Human Record: Sources of Global History. Vol. 1. Boston, MA, 2005.

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V. Skully, The Earth, the Temple, and the Gods. New York, NY, 1962.
neural cliques in the memory system: J.Z. Tsien. “The Memory Code.” Scientific American, July 2007.
B. Dahlen. From, The Egyptian Poems. Berkeley, CA, 1983.
D.H. Lawrence, The Man Who Died: A Story. Hopewell, NJ, 1994.

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B. Dahlen. Email, June 5, 2009.
R. Long. Interviewed by William Furlong. In, Artists Land Nature. New York, NY, 2002.
W. Witherup. From, "Marian at Tassajara Springs."
it is not that the land: B. Lopez, Arctic Dreams. New York, NY, 1987.
W. Witherup. From, "Marian/'Chama' in Three Mountain Ranges."

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F.D. Peat, Pathways of Chance. Pari, Italy, 2007.
Webb pointed out that the warming: E. Kolbert, “Butterfly Lessons.” The New Yorker Magazine, Jan 9, 2006.

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R. Bednarik. Email, April 30, 2009.
F.D. Peat,"Trapped in a World View. New Scientist, January 5-11, 2008.
Jung had a vision: S. Rowland, Jung in the Humanities: Taking the Soul's Path. New Orleans, LA, 2010.

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G. Snyder. From, "The Hump-backed Flute Player."
For a fantastical account of Xuanzang's journey: C. Wu, Monkey. Arthur Waley, Translator. New York, NY, 1984.
several hours after drinking: M. Harner, "The Sound of Rushing Water." In, M. Harner, Editor, Hallucinogens and Shamanism. Oxford, UK, 1973.

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J. Beebe, "Trauma and Psychic Creativity." Talk given to Oregon Friends of C.G. Jung. Portland, March 9, 2007.
G. Reichel-Dolmaoff, "Brain and Mind in Desana Shamanism." Journal of Latin American Lore. 7:1 1981.
J.N. Wilferd, "Ancient Indian Site Challenges Ideas on Early American Life." The New York Times, 19 Sept 1997.
he dwells in the forest: J.H. Howard, “The Tree Dweller Cults of the Dakota.” Journal of American Folklore. No. 268 (1955).
J. Hillman, “Nature Alive.” In, T. Moore, Editor, A Blue Fire: Selected Writings by James Hillman. New York, NY, 1991. .

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D.M. Eagleman, "Brain Time." In, M. Brockman, Editor, What's Next? Dispatches on the Future of Science. New York, NY, 2009.
R. Daumal, Mount Analogue. Boston, MA, 1992.
T. Wharton, Icefields. New York, NY, 1995.
the energy of a tree's growth: J. Berger, “Vincent.” The Shape of a Pocket. New York, NY, 2000.

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in the realm of Kamisama: P. Iyer, "The Magic Mountain." Condé Nast Traveler, April 2007.
C. Fo-yen (1065-1120). In, T. Cleary, Translator, Instant Zen: Waking Up in the Present. Berkeley, CA, 1994.
K. McGowan, "How Much of Your Memory is True?" Discover Magazine, August, 2009.
S. Rowland. From, "Heat Wave."
K. McGowan, ibid.

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the DNA of more: A.C. Revkin, “Many Arctic Plants Have Adjusted to Big Climate Changes, Study Finds.” The New York Times, 15 June 2007.
J. Tornaeus. In J. Scheffer, The History of Lapland. London, England, 1704. Quoted in, B. Miller, "Connecting and Correcting: A Case Study of Sami Healers in Porsanger." Leiden, The Netherlands, 2007. (Diss.)

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J.C. Gilmour, "Original Representation and Anselm Kiefer's Postmodernism." The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism." Spring, 1988.
P. Neruda. From, “We Are Many."
K. Sanders, Bodies in the Bog and the Archaeological Imagination. Chicago, IL, 2009.
I am under the influence of things: C.G. Jung, Memories, Dreams, Reflections. New York, NY, 1973.
P. Cézanne. In, J. Gasquest, Cézanne: A Memoir with Conversations. London, 1991.

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he did not only know: L. de Domizio Durini, ”Presence of Image.” In, Joseph Beuys: The Image of Humanity. Trento, Italy, 2001.
J. Genet, “The Studio of Alberto Giacometti.” Fragments of the Artwork. Stanford, CA, 2003.

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U. Eco, The Name of the Rose. New York, NY, 1983.
L. Margulis, "Living by Gaia." In, J. White, Editor, Talking on the Water. San Francisco, CA, 1994.

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H. Kwon, Ghosts of War in Vietnam. Cambridge, UK, 2008.
the subject is plastic: N. Vananian, “A Conversation with Catherine Malabou.” Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory, Winter 2008.
T. Bennttinen. From, "Maritime Pastoral." In, B. Swann, Editor, Poetry Comes Up Where It Can. Salt Lake City, UT, 2000

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leaves and needles: M. Atwood, “True North.” In, Writing With Intent: Essays, Reviews, Personal Prose: 1983-2005. New York, NY, 2005.

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she throws back her head: P. Monashan, The Red-Haired Girl From the Bog. Novato, CA, 2003. ("Connemara comprises ice-scoured, rock-strewn country mostly covered with peat bog."
C.K.Yoon, Naming Nature: The Clash Between Instinct and Science. New York, NY, 2009.
M. Bashō. In, Bashō's Journey. D.L. Barnhill, Translator. Albany, NY, 2005.

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J. Jaynes, The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind. Boston, MA, 1976.
B. Murrell, "Consciousness in the Cosmos: Perspective of Mind: Julian James."

K. Bakaršic, “The Libraries of Sarajevo and the Book That Saved Our Lives.”
D. Abram, The Spell of the Sensuous. New York, NY, 1997.

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A. Garner, “The Stone Book” In, The Stone Book Quartet. London, UK, 1999.

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P.V. Glob, The Bog People. New York, NY, 1969.
T. Larson. This fragment of Thøger Larsen's poem is the epigraph to The Bog People.
J. Halifax, Shamanic Voices. New York, NY, 1991.

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H. Sato, Translator, Bashō’s Narrow Road: Spring & Autumn Passages. Berkeley, CA., 1996.
H. Shirane, Traces of Dreams: Landscape, Cultural Memory, and the Poetry of Bashō. Stanford, CA, 1998.
M. Eliade, Patterns in Comparative Religion. New York, NY, 1971.
(The Sami) feel exploited: U. Ryum, “Performance in the Fourth World: An Interview with Ulla Ryum.” In, P. Brask and W. Morgan, Editors, Aboriginal Voices: Amerindian, Inuit, and Sami Theater. Baltimore, MD., 1992.

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E. Jabès, The Book of Questions: El, or The Last Book. Middletown, CT, 1984.
H.D. Thoreau, The Maine Woods. New York, NY, 1987.
aware that he must form: H. Broch, “The Style of the Mythological Age.” In, R. Bespaloff, On the Iliad. Washington, D.C., 1947.
E. Cusick. From, "North." In, Between Fields and Stars: New & Selected Poetry and Prose. Wirral, Merseyside, UK, 2008.

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L.S. Barham, "Art in Human Evolution." In, G. Berghaus, Editor, New Perspectives in Prehistoric Art. Westport, CT, 2004.
an RNA molecule that made rough copies: D. Fox, “Did Life Begin in Ice?” Discover Magazine, February 2008.

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K.Johnson, “Plans to Mix Oil Drilling and Art Clash in Utah.” The New York Times, 27 March 2008.
the impression is deceiving: F. Stammler, “Where Does Our Oil Come From?”
L. Wittgenstein, Zettel. Berkeley, CA, 2007.