Thinking Allowed (PBS)

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This article is about the PBS television series. For other uses, see Thinking Allowed (disambiguation).

Thinking Allowed was an independent public television series which broadcast from 1987 to 2002.

It began as the Mind's Eye on KCSM-TV in San Mateo, California in 1987 and changed to Thinking Allowed in 1988 when it was distributed to PBS.

It was an interview program providing alternative points of view on a wide variety of subjects in humanistic psychology, living philosophically, frontiers of science, personal and spiritual development, health and healing, mythology, computers and cognition, management psychology and global awareness.

Series host was Jeffrey Mishlove, Ph.D. featuring more than 200 of the world's leading intellectual figures which included Joseph Campbell, Albert Ellis, H. Dean Brown, Riane Eisler, Virginia Satir, Rollo May, Terence McKenna, Arthur M. Young, Irvin Yalom, Jean Houston, Colin Wilson, Jacob Needleman, J. Nigro Sansonese, Rachel Naomi Remen, Michael Talbot, Theodore Roszak, Robert Ornstein, Jean Shinoda Bolen[1] and many others.

Interviews are available on VHS and DVDs which may be found in some public libraries and schools.

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  1. ^ Archetypal Psychology (#W204) and Goddesses in Everywomen (#S714)

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