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Thinking Allowed: Conversations on the Leading Edge of Knowledge and… (1992)

by Jeffrey Mishlove

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Brilliant comments by linguist Pinker. Much easier to hear him than read Pinker's work. But I do not understand his ideas much better after both reading his books and hearing interviews ( )
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Interviews with some of the leading intellectuals of our time, including Joseph Campbell, Fritjof Capra, Rollo May, Arthur Young, Matthew Fox, Ram Dass, Jacob Needleman, Rupert Sheldrake, Huston Smith and many others.

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Collection of interviews from the National Public Television series "Thinking Allowed," many of the greatest thinkers of our age explore our assumptions about the world and kindle awareness of new potentials for personal growth and achievement.

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