About Ladson Hinton, MA, MD

Ldson Hinton is a member of the Society of Jungian Analysts of Northern California, the Institute for Contemporary Psychoanalysis in Los Angeles, and a founding member of the New School for Analytical Psychology in Seattle. He serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Analytical Psychology and practices, consults, and teaches in Seattle. In 2009 he received an Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychoanalytic Education from the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education. His paper, “Temporality and the Torments of Time,” was a finalist for the Gradiva Award in 2016. During 2017, Routledge published Temporality and Shame: Psychoanalytic and Philosophical Perspectives, co-edited with Hessel Willemsen, which is a finalist for the book prize of the American Board and Academy of Psychoanalysis for books published in 2017. Some of his core interests are the dimensions of shame and temporality, time and ethics, and the nature of our ongoing cultural crisis.


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Assorted Writings

Hinton, L. (1958). Husserl’s Concept of the Transcendent.
(Unpublished Master’s Thesis.)

(1977). “Humor and the Transcendent Function.”
Paper presented at the National Meeting of Jungian Analysts, Santa Barbara.

(1979). “Jung’s Approach to Therapy with Mid-Life Patients.”
Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis. 7: 525-541.

(1981). “Fools, Foolishness and Feeling Foolish.”
Psychological Perspectives. 12, 1: 43-51.

(1990). “Lessons from the Animal Soul.”
Lecture Presented to the Oregon Friends of Jung.

(1993). “A Return to the Animal Soul.”
Psychological Perspectives, Issue 28: 47-60.

(1997). Review of D. W. Winnicott: A Biographical Portrait, by Brett Kahr.
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 42: 697-698.

(1998). “Shame as a Teacher: ‘Lowly Wisdom’ at the Millennium.”
Paper presented to the International Association for Analytical Psychology, Florence. Proceedings of the International Congress, ed. Mary Ann Mattoon. Daimon Verlag, Zürich.

(2002). “Individuation, Narcissism, and the Search for Wild Unicorns.”
Paper presented at the National Meeting of Jungian Analysts, Santa Monica.

(2006). “The Abyss of Heaven,” a Review of Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Sheltering Sky.
The Jung Journal, 25, 4: 61-68.

(2007). “Black Holes, Uncanny Spaces and Radical Shifts in Awareness.”
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 52: 433-447.

(2008). “Teaching ‘Origins of Depth Psychology’: Overview and Candidate-Members’ Experience.”
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 53: 91-100.

(2009a). Review of “Clinical Implications of Bion’s Thought” by Antonino Ferro (Int. J. Psycho-Anal., 2006, 87: 989-1003).
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 54: 546-549.

(2009b). “The Enigmatic Signifier and the Decentred Subject.”
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 54: 637-657.

(2010). Review of From the Brink: Experiences of the Void from a Depth Perspective, by Paul Ashton.
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 55: 730-732.

L. Hinton III, L. Hinton IV, D. Hinton, A. Hinton (2011).

Panel: “Unus Mundus: Transcendent Truth or Comforting Fiction? Overwhelm and Search for Meaning in a Fragmented World.”
Journal of Analytical Psychology, 56: 375-396.

Hinton, L. (2012). Review of The Jung-Kirsch Letters: The Correspondence of C. G. Jung and James Kirsch, ed. Ann C. Lammers.
Forum of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis 56,1: 29-31.

(2012). “Memory, Time and Enigma: Moments of Meeting in the Gap.” National meeting of the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education, Portland, Oregon.

(2013). “The Enigma of Time and Psychoanalysis.” Paper presented at the Northwestern Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, Seattle, Washington.

(2014). “Homo Temporalis and the Torments of Time.” Paper presented at meeting conference of the Journal of Analytical Psychology, Berlin.

(2015). “Temporality and the Torments of Time.” The Journal of Analytical Psychology, 60, pp. 353-370.

(2015). “Shame, Truth, and the Torments of Time.” Paper presented at the New School for Analytical Psychology, Seattle, Washington.

(2016). “Shame, Truth and Time: Raw Life Post Anima Mundi.” Triennial meeting of the International Association for Analytical Psychology, Kyoto.

(2017). “Trauma, Shame &Shifts in Ethical Consciousness: Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim.” Paper presented at the New School for Analytical Psychology, Seattle.

(2018). Temporality and Shame: Perspectives from Psychoanalysis and Philosophy. Eds. Ladson Hinton & Hessel Willemsen. New York & London: Routledge.

(2018). “Shame and Temporality in the Streets: Consumerism, Technology, Truth and Raw Life.” In Temporality and Shame: Perspectives from Psychoanalysis and Philosophy, pp. 14-32. New York and London: Routledge.

(2018/in press). “Jung, Time & Ethics.” In Philosophizing Jung, Ed. Jon Mills. New York & London: Routledge.

(2018). “The Unsilencing of Oedipus: Time, Monstrousness, Truth and Shame.” National Meeting of the International Forum for Psychoanalytic Education, Seattle, Washington.

(2019/In press). “Is Jung Existential or Not?: Reflections on Temporality and Everydayness.” The Journal of Humanistic Psychology.