Podcast: Pathways Radio

Jonah Lehrer: Imagine: How Creativity Works

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Our guest on Pathways today is Jonah Lehrer, author of the new book, Imagine: How Creativity Works. He is also a contributing editor at Wired and a frequent contributor to The New Yorker. He writes the “Head Case” column for the Wall Street Journal and regularly appears on WNYC’s Radiolab. The author of two previous books, Proust Was a Neuroscientist and How We Decide, he graduated from Columbia University and attended Oxford as a Rhodes scholar.

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  1. Bila says:

    I remember this scope. It was as true then as it is now. Crazily so. Does anboydy else ever think that maybe the universe revolves around us making our decisions? That maybe the universe is just a reflection of us in our entirety? That we: You, I, are manifestations of our own capacity to perceive? I’ll end it there for now I WILL WILL TOO LOVE! (I lack a better way to put it.) Lend a hand, if you’ve a view one way or another, this engines gotta move! Jere Loscutoff

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