Notes on the Imagination

      by Edward Bond

          written for the International Centre for Studies in Drama in Education

                at the Faculty of Education of the University of Central England.

                      Edward Bond is a Patron of the Centre.

 

13. All value must originally have been referenced from the body as feeling.
This changed when the brain had activity of its own apart from caring for the body.
Thinking is embodied and cerebral; that is why imagination combines reason and
value.