The Mind / Jacob Bronowski. - SERIES: Origins of knowledge and imagination| no. 1 - Jacob Bronowski speaks on different concepts of knowledge and imagination. In this talk Bronowski traces the evolutionary steps by which mankind has reached its present situation. He explains the predominance of the "eye" and sense of sight in conditioning the human imagination with reference to primate evolution. In the end, however, Immanuel Kant points the way by presenting that knowledge depends on modes of perceptioon. - RECORDED: Yale University, 1967. BROADCAST: WBAI, July 1968.
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