Aristotle to the contrary defended myths
as a form of poetry, metaphors capable of evoking truth.
But on a community level, Kenyan women's and men's tendency to believe in myths
did not correlate with the rather high level of modern contraceptive use (42 percent).
As Jose Manuel Losada indicates in his introductory chapter, "The Structure of Myth
and the Typology of its Crisis", myths
are less fragile than they seem, Even if their mythemes--the unchanging motifs that Levi-Strauss("The Structural Study of Myth
", 1955) set at their basis--are altered, reversed, largely modified or omitted, their disappearance is not at all common.
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Each civilization builds up on a mythology that is proper to it, on the identifier myths
A questionnaire containing ten close-ended questions in Urdu language was used as a data collecting tool to obtain knowledge and beliefs about various myths
1: Less than one in four people correctly knew that there is no BPA in the plastic used to package bottled water.
While the chapters cover a wide range of themes, all chapters will be of interest to any scholar interested in myths
and their origins.
It is much more interesting to assert that myths
retain their importance in the case of philosophers too.
Those epics that are not rooted in myths
are not true and they are only epic in the the surface so they should be considered as arisen and represented from myths
Debunked" is the heading; then comes the list, in all its boldfaced numbered glory [lack of punctuation after the myth
statements in the original], that causes the antennae of history-of-faith-and-science types to twitch with anticipation:
Although, some of this information can be accurate there are some myths
and misrepresentations floating around.