What helps keep the myth
alive is institutional Christianity, as it provides a discipline of official, generally accepted, central beliefs (dogmas), a larger body of supporting beliefs (traditions, doctrines, more or less official teachings), and a system of rituals and texts to help adherents enter imaginatively (by mimesis of Jesus and the saints) into the dominant myths
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Such exaggerations aside, however, Gerwarth's study is a thorough examination of how historical myths
are used in social and political discourse, and it is a worthy addition to our understanding of Weimar politics.
And Legends Of The Second World War by James Hayward is an impressive collection of lore and lies, folk stories and propaganda generated misinformation drawn from every theatre of World War II.
From where did southern myths
come, and how were, how are they exacerbated?
HANUKKAH is popularized by a rabbinic myth
; a myth
that embodies a story told of a container of oil miraculously lasting seven days beyond its expected use.
The thesis of this book is that myths
To be successful, mills must break the myths
that exist in their organizations.
In order to survive as cultures, people develop myths
to overcome what is conflictive.
2) "Symbolic violence" against women (292-293) was justified on the basis of myths
camouflaged as natural truths, making it easier to conceal the real violence of the biological determinism that forcibly enclosed women's lives.
His latest book, Evolution, Creationism, and Other Modern Myths
, offers a third way of thinking that "examines the rich verbal traditions handed down from non-Western culture over thousands of years, which speak of worlds prior to the one we now inhabit.
She interweaves early modern historical narratives, political discourses, and myths
in her trenchant literary analyses of the representations of colonization in Stuart drama.