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The second part of the discussion about the history of Imagination, specifically in the West but also with reference to India and 'global culture'. Subhuti tries to give an overview of why and how the Imagination is important; whilst also communicating some of the potential pitfalls of ungrounded, badly ontologised Imagination (of which there are many in the Modern World.)
|The History of the Imagination In the West - Cambridge Study Weekend 2 (1:01:19)|
Total running time: 1:01:19