Category Archives: Imagination

Myth & The Symbolic Attitude (Or “The Trappings of Orthodoxy”)

The last blog began with and emphasized the importance of “play” when discussing myth. The entry ended by linking myth to mystery. The present blog continues what might be considered an introduction to myth by describing one or two things … Continue reading

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Myth – A Preliminary “Playful” Definition (Or “Why So Serious???”)

Discussing myth, religion or any other subject held sacrosanct by its adherents can quickly become a very serious matter indeed. Mythfire will strive to take a slightly different approach – a more playful approach. However, “play” here is meant in … Continue reading

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