Rollo May: Myth and Identity - The Significance of the Past for Self-Discovery in the Present (Reel 1 / Side 1)
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On this reel Rollo May--existential psychologist and author of Love and Will--gives a lecture at the University of Denver on Tuesday April 18 1967. During the lecture May discusses the notion of self-identity and its interaction with societal norms. Specifically he focuses on the "myth of the mythless existence" which is the notion that at times in history including in 1967 humans were taught that no beliefs are necessary to survive in society.Total run time: 1:29:10