To us, Santa Claus was both a historical figure and an imaginary character. We should all embrace the joy of Santa this way, not as our annual chimney sweep.
When toddler girls are forced to watch ‘Braveheart’ until they join the guttural yells, I’ll gladly sound the alarm. Here, though, we’re talking about a statue and some fiction.
Many people have a hard time finding the point of poetry, much less poetry that boasts of its nonsensical content; but poetry is the literature of compacted significance.
Author Brian Reich joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the parts of American culture that need to harness the power of the human imagination.
For the kid who wants to grow up, who feels limited by childish things and stereotypical advertising, dolls can be a vehicle for new adventures and experiences.
Children don’t have a better grip on reality if they’ve entrusted themselves to scientific materialists. In fact, they lack open-mindedness and imagination.
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