Some articles on mythical, mythical thought, thought:
... On one hand, mythical stories are fantastic and unpredictable the content of myth seems completely arbitrary ... proposed that universal laws must govern mythical thought and resolve this seeming paradox, producing similar myths in different cultures ... seem unique, but he proposed it is just one particular instance of a universal law of human thought ...
Famous quotes containing the words thought and/or mythical:
“The fact that women in the home have shut themselves away from the thought and life of the world has done much to retard progress. We fill the world with the children of 20th century A.D. fathers and 20th century B.C. mothers.”
—Charlotte Perkins Gilman (18601935)
“I have the strong impression that contemporary middle-class women do seem prone to feelings of inadequacy. We worry that we do not measure up to some undefined level, some mythical idealized female standard. When we see some women juggling with apparent ease, we suspect that we are grossly inadequate for our own obvious struggles.”
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