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Ideas - The Triumph of Narrative - Part 1Oct 7, 1999 | 54:25Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 1 Audio
Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 1 Oct 7, 1999 | 54:25Of all the ways that people have learned to communicate with each other, the story is the most human, the most flexible, and perhaps the most dangerous. Journalist and critic Robert Fulford tells the story of how stories live and breathe at the heart of our culture.
Ideas - The Triumph of Narrative - Part 2Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 2 Audio
Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 2 Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Of all the ways that people have learned to communicate with each other, the story is the most human, the most flexible, and perhaps the most dangerous. Journalist and critic Robert Fulford tells the story of how stories live and breathe at the heart of our culture.
Ideas - The Triumph of Narrative - Part 3Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 3 Audio
Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 3 Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Of all the ways that people have learned to communicate with each other, the story is the most human, the most flexible, and perhaps the most dangerous. Journalist and critic Robert Fulford tells the story of how stories live and breathe at the heart of our culture.
Ideas - The Triumph of Narrative - Part 4Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 4 Audio
Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 4 Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Of all the ways that people have learned to communicate with each other, the story is the most human, the most flexible, and perhaps the most dangerous. Journalist and critic Robert Fulford tells the story of how stories live and breathe at the heart of our culture.
Ideas - The Triumph of Narrative - Part 5Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 5 Audio
Ideas The Triumph of Narrative - Part 5 Oct 7, 1999 | 54:30Of all the ways that people have learned to communicate with each other, the story is the most human, the most flexible, and perhaps the most dangerous. Journalist and critic Robert Fulford tells the story of how stories live and breathe at the heart of our culture.
Ideas - Becoming Human - Part 1Nov 13, 1998 | 54:41Ideas Becoming Human - Part 1 Audio
Ideas Becoming Human - Part 1 Nov 13, 1998 | 54:41Jean Vanier is the founder of L'Arche, the international organization famed for its innovative methods of working with handicapped people. In this year's Massey Lectures, he discusses the necessity of conceiving a new vision of humankind: a society in which the gifts of all, particularly those of the weak and the powerless, are an equal, common heritage.
Ideas - Becoming Human - Part 2Nov 12, 1998 | 54:42Ideas Becoming Human - Part 2 Audio
Ideas Becoming Human - Part 2 Nov 12, 1998 | 54:42Jean Vanier is the founder of L'Arche, the international organization famed for its innovative methods of working with handicapped people. In this year's Massey Lectures, he discusses the necessity of conceiving a new vision of humankind: a society in which the gifts of all, particularly those of the weak and the powerless, are an equal, common heritage.
Ideas - Becoming Human - Part 3Nov 11, 1998 | 54:20Ideas Becoming Human - Part 3 Audio
Ideas Becoming Human - Part 3 Nov 11, 1998 | 54:20Jean Vanier is the founder of L'Arche, the international organization famed for its innovative methods of working with handicapped people. In this year's Massey Lectures, he discusses the necessity of conceiving a new vision of humankind: a society in which the gifts of all, particularly those of the weak and the powerless, are an equal, common heritage.
Ideas - Becoming Human - Part 4Nov 10, 1998 | 54:33Ideas Becoming Human - Part 4 Audio
Ideas Becoming Human - Part 4 Nov 10, 1998 | 54:33Jean Vanier is the founder of L'Arche, the international organization famed for its innovative methods of working with handicapped people. In this year's Massey Lectures, he discusses the necessity of conceiving a new vision of humankind: a society in which the gifts of all, particularly those of the weak and the powerless, are an equal, common heritage.
Ideas - Becoming Human - Part 5Nov 9, 1998 | 54:18Ideas Becoming Human - Part 5 Audio
Ideas Becoming Human - Part 5 Nov 9, 1998 | 54:18Jean Vanier is the founder of L'Arche, the international organization famed for its innovative methods of working with handicapped people. In this year's Massey Lectures, he discusses the necessity of conceiving a new vision of humankind: a society in which the gifts of all, particularly those of the weak and the powerless, are an equal, common heritage.
Ideas - The Elsewhere Community - Part 1Oct 6, 1997 | 41:48Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 1 Audio
Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 1 Oct 6, 1997 | 41:48Exile, identity and fantasy. In the 1997 Massey Lectures, Hugh Kenner writes about the idea that people have a constant need for stimulation from a community encountered "elsewhere." Kenner's thinking brings together literature, mathematics, science, computer programming and popular culture. "The dividing line between high and low culture is utterly fictitious," says Kenner. "Genuine culture is neither high nor low; it involves ideas you're happy to keep returning to for the rest of your life."
Ideas - The Elsewhere Community - Part 2Oct 6, 1997 | 55:55Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 2 Audio
Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 2 Oct 6, 1997 | 55:55Exile, identity and fantasy. In the 1997 Massey Lectures, Hugh Kenner writes about the idea that people have a constant need for stimulation from a community encountered "elsewhere." Kenner's thinking brings together literature, mathematics, science, computer programming and popular culture. "The dividing line between high and low culture is utterly fictitious," says Kenner. "Genuine culture is neither high nor low; it involves ideas you're happy to keep returning to for the rest of your life."
Ideas - The Elsewhere Community - Part 3Oct 6, 1997 | 50:10Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 3 Audio
Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 3 Oct 6, 1997 | 50:10Exile, identity and fantasy. In the 1997 Massey Lectures, Hugh Kenner writes about the idea that people have a constant need for stimulation from a community encountered "elsewhere." Kenner's thinking brings together literature, mathematics, science, computer programming and popular culture. "The dividing line between high and low culture is utterly fictitious," says Kenner. "Genuine culture is neither high nor low; it involves ideas you're happy to keep returning to for the rest of your life."
Ideas - The Elsewhere Community - Part 4Oct 6, 1997 | 39:11Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 4 Audio
Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 4 Oct 6, 1997 | 39:11Exile, identity and fantasy. In the 1997 Massey Lectures, Hugh Kenner writes about the idea that people have a constant need for stimulation from a community encountered "elsewhere." Kenner's thinking brings together literature, mathematics, science, computer programming and popular culture. "The dividing line between high and low culture is utterly fictitious," says Kenner. "Genuine culture is neither high nor low; it involves ideas you're happy to keep returning to for the rest of your life."
Ideas - The Elsewhere Community - Part 5Oct 6, 1997 | 52:00Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 5 Audio
Ideas The Elsewhere Community - Part 5 Oct 6, 1997 | 52:00Exile, identity and fantasy. In the 1997 Massey Lectures, Hugh Kenner writes about the idea that people have a constant need for stimulation from a community encountered "elsewhere." Kenner's thinking brings together literature, mathematics, science, computer programming and popular culture. "The dividing line between high and low culture is utterly fictitious," says Kenner. "Genuine culture is neither high nor low; it involves ideas you're happy to keep returning to for the rest of your life."

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