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Thursday, April 10, 2014

A possible mantra for our times, "Even now, faith"

Photo credit: Chion Wolf WNPR
Listen to an interview with "Thomas Moore on A Religion of One's Own" by Colin McEnroe on his show with WNPR in Connecticut. The audio file is 50 minutes. This episode's description states:
"Moore's central premise is that part of ourselves cannot be fully nourished through purely rational modern thought. We have needs that cannot be met by science and social theory. His new book is kind of a toolkit for people who have that sense — that they need something they're not getting. " 
McEnroe mentions his attraction to one of Moore's favourite artists, Odilon Redon, and weaves James Hillman's ideas into their discussion.

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