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(1978). Notes. Psychoanal Q., 47:337.
    

(1978). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 47:337

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The Eighth Annual Meeting of the INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CIVILIZATIONS (U.S.) will be held at California State University, Northridge, March 22-25, 1979. Papers are invited particularly, but not exclusively, on the following themes: Structural Approaches to Comparative Mythology; The Civilizational Significance of Central Asia; Literary Works as Civilizational Texts; Economics and Psychologies of the Ancient World; The Human Body: Disciplines, Expressions, and Forms of Movement in Civilizational Perspective; Paradises and Hells in Comparative Civilizational Perspective; Nature, Culture, and the Person; Utilization of Non-Western Categories in Contemporary Western Thought; Family Designs in Civilizational Perspectives; and Theoretical and Methodological Alternatives in the Comparative Study of Civilization. Those who wish to contribute papers are invited to send three copies of a one-page abstract by October 15, 1978, to the Chairman of the Program Committee, Professor Edmund Leites, Department of Philosophy, Queens College, Flushing, N.Y. 11367. For information concerning membership in the Society, contact: Harry Krebs, Secretary-Treasurer, Comparative Civilizations, Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pa. 17013.

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