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The Gallery: Exhibition De Anima, Photographs by Meredith Addy and Kelly Reed, Paintings by Juan Castille, Illustrations by Mary SheeanGo Back to the Table of Contents

De Anima is one of Aristotle’s original works in Philosophy. It is usually translated as “Upon the Nature of the Soul.” The Greeks roughly held that anything that could move, without being moved by an outside force, had within it an Anima; a soul. Later Jung, used the term Anima to indicate what we have come to think of as the female aspect of the Psyche.

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photos by Kelly Reed


photos by Meredith Addy


 








paintings by Juan Castille



illustration by Mary Sheean
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