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Listen to Eric Maisel and Lois Holzman’s wide-ranging conversation — part of the
Institute’s Making a Conceptual Revolution speaker series — which touched on an
array of topics including creativity, development, the sham of diagnosis and the future
of mental health…Listen here.
The conversation touches on all kinds of creativity, including day-to-day mundane
creativity, which social therapy founder Fred Newman discusses in this supervisory
dialogue on “Mundane Creativity,” excerpted from Philosophical Investigations.
And for the fun of it, here are a few songs brought to mind by the conversation,
thanks to the Institute’s resident “remix” impresario, David Belmont:
Sometimes I Feel So Uninspired (Traffic, 1973)
They’re Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! (Napoleon XIV: 1966)