A History of White Magic – Gareth Knight
Gareth Knight considers magic as a middle ground between science and religion, reconciling them in a technology of the imagination, which properly used, can bring about personal regeneration and spiritual fulfilment. He uses Coleridge’s theory of the imagination as a basis for a theoretical justification of the validity of magic as science and art in its own right, similar to Jungian psychology but embracing far more than a psychotherapeutic intention.
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