Dallas : Pegasus Foundation, c1983.
vi, 68 p.; 23 cm
by Thomas Moore These four essays seek out the sacred in the everyday: the imagination is the primary instrument of the holy. This psychological study includes an essay on the psychology of Marsilio Ficino. Dallas Institute Publications publishes works concerned with the imaginative, mythic, and symbolic sources of culture.
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