H.G. Wells, Prometheus and the Battle for the Human Imagination

What did the great Playwright Aeschylus (author of Prometheus Bound) have within his heart which H.G. Wells 2500 years later completely lacked? Both writers identified the fundamental nature of humankind as a tool maker and fire bringer, but only one had access to the deeper fundamentally human principle which uniquely gives our species access to the higher transcendental realm of the Divine lacking among all other forms of life. In this Podcast, New Lyre host David Gosselin and the Rising Tide Foundation’s Matthew Ehret discuss the two opposing currents of human creativity and it’s sociological implications.

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