James Hillman on Educating the Imagination

It’s no surprise to discover that the roots of our current national tribulations have deep roots. James Hillman died in 2011. I am unable to find a date for this talk, but he references the administration of George W. Bush, so I’m guessing at least a decade.

It is just as true or more so today. Please listen – it will be a most valuable half hour!

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2 Responses to James Hillman on Educating the Imagination

  1. This was wonderful. Thanks for sharing it.

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  2. Pingback: James Hillman on Educating the Imagination — The First Gates – VIRTUAL BORSCHT

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