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Joseph Campbell

Joseph Campbell (1904-87)
Columbia College 1925

Creator of the saying "follow your bliss," Joseph Campbell was a writer, editor, and educator, knowledgeable about mythology, religion, psychology, sociology, and many other subjects of interest. He is most known for the interviews conducted by Bill Moyers for public television entitled The Power of Myth. In the series, he discusses his knowledge, thoughts, and inspirations regarding mythology and many of the subjects mentioned, as well as their relevance to each and every human being on Earth.

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