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Joseph Campbell
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Biography
Born in 1904, Joseph Campbell is best known for his work in the fields of mythology and comparative religion. At an early age, Campbell became fascinated by Native American culture after a trip to a museum with his father, and soon after devoured as much research as he could find on the subject. He soon became versed in numerous aspects of Native American society, primarily in mythology. This led Campbell to a lifelong passion with myth and its correlated threads among all human cultures.

In his adult life, Campbell was a prolific editor and translator, but he is most well-known for his publications on comparative mythology. His major works include "The Hero With A Thousand Faces" and his four volumes of "The Masks Of God". In these works he examined the universality of the functions of mythology and the mythic figures. Late in his life, Joseph Campbell came to the attention of a whole new generation when George Lucas cited "The Hero With A Thousand Faces" as one of the primary influences on the "Star Wars Trilogy". An interview series recorded in the last year of his life with Bill Moyers, "Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth" has become one of the last great testimonies to Campbell's enduring importance.

We Recommend
If you are a novice to Joseph Campbell's work, or are looking for more from him, LearnOutLoud.com has many audio titles to choose from. For starters there's the classic "Hero With A Thousand Faces", which discusses the myth of the hero's journey, a pattern found in many cultures. We also offer many recorded lectures in the Joseph Campbell Collection including "The Western Quest", "The Eastern Way" and "Mythology and the Individual". These lectures have never before been published and offer subject matter that ranges from comparative religion to the way mythology can impact our every day life. All of which are presented in Campbell's trademark gravely voice and irresistable charisma.

If you are interested in Joseph Campbell's work and want to learn more, there's no better way than to hear it taught by the man himself. The titles listed below are your best resource on the internet for everything published on audio by the master of myth. Let LearnOutLoud.com help you discover the world of stories that have shaped human history.


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Joseph Campbell provides a “brief history of World Mythology” by introducing us to the functions of Mythology and how the functions differ from East to West.

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Beginning with the symbols of the Christian faith, Campbell explores medieval history from the perspective of Tarot deck.

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These are the key lectures that Campbell kept in his study and used as the basis for later lectures on myth, symbolism, and spiritual awakening.

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Joseph Campbell transformed the way we view mythology...

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Provocative and exhilarating, full of wit and wisdom, these lectures are windows into one of the great minds of our time.

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Among his many gifts, Joseph Campbell's most impressive was the unique ability to take a contemporary situation, such as the murder and funeral of President John F. Kennedy, and help us understand its impact in the context of ancient mythology.

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The "One Great Story" of our human adventure. Presented and hosted by Susan Sarandon.

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Journey with this remarkable man as he takes you through The Shaping of The Eastern Tradition and examines spirituality through the mythic images of Hinduism and Buddhism.

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In Man and Myth, Joseph Campbell explores the origins of mythological symbols and our use of them to reconcile the conflicts inherent in life.

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These five talks, recorded early in Campbell’s career as a public speaker, explore the ways in which mythology serves and shapes the individual.

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