Casaubon himself was lost among small closets and winding stairs, and in an agitated dimness about the Cabeiri, or in an exposure of other mythologists
' ill-considered parallels, easily lost sight of any purpose which had prompted him to these labors.
And the first mythologists
seem not improperly to have joined Mars and Venus together; for all nations of this character are greatly addicted either to the love of women or of boys, for which reason it was thus at Lacedaemon; and many things in their state were done by the authority of the women.
could well have made it the mouth of hell.
"'Tis the simple manner," says Dodsley, 2 "in which the morals of Aesop are interwoven with his fables that distinguishes him, and gives him the preference over all other mythologists
In the old mythology, mythologists
observe, defects are ascribed to divine natures, as lameness to Vulcan, blindness to Cupid, and the like, --to signify exuberances.
The contents of the collective unconscious, largely a product of our evolutionary biology, are the 'archetypes.' According to Jung and American mythologist
Joseph Campbell, they encompass our shared intercivilizational notions of Mother Nature, rebirth and transformation, dragons, tricksters and jokers, the dark underworld and an all-powerful male deity.
* Devdutt Pattanaik- a best-selling author and mythologist
. He is known for incorporating vedic knowledge to human resource management.
William Henry, author of the "Lost Secrets of the Watchers," said many mythologists
have contemplated for a long time whether or not these so-called fallen angels came from Mars to Earth.
Refuting the traditional assumption that the cultures of the Middle East and Mycenae filtered northward into Europe and North Asia, noted historian and mythologist
Geoffrey Ashe instead identifies the northern Altai mountain range and Lake Baikal region of southern Siberia as the true cultural home of humanity and the source of the widespread myths of a prehistoric Golden Age in this newly updated and expanded third edition of "Eden in the Altai: The Prehistoric Golden Age and the Mythic Origins of Humanity".
In the introduction to Percy Shelley's translation of the Symposium, David O'Connor discusses Shelley's anxieties for the spiritual pregnancy of the poet: "What the Symposium presents as an incomplete but nonetheless real human openness to the divine, Shelley fears may be an enclosure within the self's imaginative power." (38) Rather than reaching for the divine, the atheist Shelley worried that "every speaker in the Symposium is a mythologist
who elevates his own erotic experience into the realm of gods and heroes." (39) Shelley worried that the erotic experience was not an experience of the divine giving birth to the beautiful Other, but an experience of narcissism in which one simply further generates oneself.
Let me start by stating what the mythologist
Joseph Campbell said many years ago.
, culture consultant and writer Devdutt Pattanaik explains that buying gold isn't just another reason to enjoy India's favourite indulgence.