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Soul searching. Know thyself.

  • Morgan, Peggy.
Date
2003
  • Videos

About this work

Description

First programme in a two-part documentary examining the question of whether there is such a thing as a soul. Psychologists, Philosophers and Cognitive Scientists discuss the search for 'the self' and the contemplation of the soul. Professor of Humanities Harold Bloom cites William Shakespeare as inventing the modern self - that we are free to create our own story. Artist and Schizophrenia sufferer Peter Arakawa talks about his work. There is discussion of the activity of the left (rational) side of the brain and the thought that there is too much left hemisphere activity in this modern age. Motivational speaker Anthony Robbins suggests there is a more empowering story we could be telling ourselves.

Publication/Creation

London : Channel 4 TV, 2003.

Physical description

1 video cassette (VHS) (60 min.) : sound, color, PAL

Notes

Broadcast 7 September 2003.

Creator/production credits

Produced and Directed by David Malone, Edited by Edward Harris.

Copyright note

Mentorn & I-330 co-production for Channel 4 TV.

Type/Technique

Languages

  • English

Subjects


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