Nathalie Pilard introduces her paper, 'C.G. Jung and intuition: from the minds cape of the paranormal to the heart of psychology'. It is available free, as are all other papers from the February 2018 edition, until February 2019 - follow the link on the main page of this site.
Georgije Vuletic introduces us to his paper, 'Disrupted narrative and narrative symbol', from
the February 2018 edition of the Journal, available free until February 2019.
Geraldine Godsil discusses her paper, 'Residues in the analyst of the patient's symbiotic connection at a somatic level: unrepresented states in the patient and the analyst'.
Martin Stone introduces the JAP Special Edition (June 2018) on the 'Who is my Jung?' conference, held in November 2017 at the British Library, London to mark the Association of Jungian Analyst's 40th Anniversary.
William Alexy gives us the background to his paper, 'The analyst's Rorschach: gateway to opening the dialectical field'. Available free until February 2019 at the Wiley website.