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Joseph Campbell and the power of myth with Bill Moyers (Disc 1) The Hero's adventure , the message of the myth and the first story tellers (DVD)

By: Campbell, Joseph.
Contributor(s): Moyers, Bill.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Del Mar, CA Mystic Fire Video 2001Description: CD (180 min.).Subject(s): Religion - Historians- United states | MythologyDDC classification: D000798 Summary: Are myths just foolish old stories believed by the gullible and the superstitious? Or do they still exert a powerful pull on our minds and in our lives? In this classic series, renowned teacher and storyteller Joseph Campbell joins Bill Moyers in exploring the meaning myths have in our daily lives. Each of the six episodes --"The Hero's Adventure," "The Message of the Myth," "The First Storytellers," "Sacrifice and Bliss," "Love and the Goddess," and "Masks of Eternity" -- focuses on a character or theme found in mythologies of various cultures and religions. In his lively discussions with Moyers, Campell argues eloquently that these timeless archetypes continue to exert a powerful pull on our unconscious.
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Disc 1 : CD 798 and Disk 2 : CD799

Are myths just foolish old stories believed by the gullible and the superstitious? Or do they still exert a powerful pull on our minds and in our lives? In this classic series, renowned teacher and storyteller Joseph Campbell joins Bill Moyers in exploring the meaning myths have in our daily lives. Each of the six episodes --"The Hero's Adventure," "The Message of the Myth," "The First Storytellers," "Sacrifice and Bliss," "Love and the Goddess," and "Masks of Eternity" -- focuses on a character or theme found in mythologies of various cultures and religions. In his lively discussions with Moyers, Campell argues eloquently that these timeless archetypes continue to exert a powerful pull on our unconscious.

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