What does it mean that our society places such a premium on fantasy and imagination?
- A fascinating question from Stanford anthropologist T.M. Luhrmann in her NYT op-ed. She very much affirms the need in this “information-soaked age.” How about you?
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  12. hokutonando said: Hell, yes. Without fantasy there’d be no hell, except the one we live in.
  13. serenityhow said: Our soul needs nourishment that cannot be found in the material world. This human need has existed since before written history. My need for mystery is not a mystery.
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