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  • The Meaning of Myth

  • The Meaning of MythDefinition of Myth:

  • The Meaning of MythDefinition of Myth: An anonymous story that presents supernatural episodes as a means of interpreting natural events.

  • The Meaning of MythDefinition of Myth: An anonymous story that presents supernatural episodes as a means of interpreting natural events.Myth is the absence of anomaly.

  • The Meaning of MythDefinition of Myth: An anonymous story that presents supernatural episodes as a means of interpreting natural events.Myth is the absence of anomaly.Myth represents a projection of social patterns upward onto a superhuman level that sanctions and stabilizes the secular ideologyEmile Durkheim

  • Mythology in Literature

  • Mythology in LiteratureEvery literature has its mythology, all of which revolve around common themes:

  • Mythology in LiteratureEvery literature has its mythology, all of which revolve around common themes:Explanation of creation

  • Mythology in LiteratureEvery literature has its mythology, all of which revolve around common themes:Explanation of creationDivinity

  • Mythology in LiteratureEvery literature has its mythology, all of which revolve around common themes:Explanation of creationDivinityReligion

  • Mythology in LiteratureEvery literature has its mythology, all of which revolve around common themes:Explanation of creationDivinityReligionMeaning of existence and death

  • Mythology in LiteratureEvery literature has its mythology, all of which revolve around common themes:Explanation of creationDivinityReligionMeaning of existence and deathAccounting for natural phenomena

  • Mythology in LiteratureEvery literature has its mythology, all of which revolve around common themes:Explanation of creationDivinityReligionMeaning of existence and deathAccounting for natural phenomenaChronicling the adventures of national heroes

  • The Collective Unconscious

  • The Collective UnconsciousC.G.Jung

  • The Collective UnconsciousC.G.Jung: the individual unconscious

  • The Collective UnconsciousC.G.Jung: the individual unconscious the collective unconscious

  • The Collective UnconsciousC.G.Jung: the individual unconscious the collective unconsciousprimordial images

  • The Collective UnconsciousC.G.Jung: the individual unconscious the collective unconsciousprimordial imagesPhilip Wheelwright: the Archetypal Imagination

  • The Collective UnconsciousC.G.Jung: the individual unconscious the collective unconsciousprimordial imagesPhilip Wheelwright: the Archetypal ImaginationC.S. Lewis: The Tao