mythology

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a body of traditional beliefs and notions accumulated about a particular subject

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Mesoamerican mythic thought is based on the process by which spiritual essence is transformed into material concreteness.
The book contains many insights into Mesoamerican mythic thought, and the authors have done a service in placing so many of the important texts in one volume.
20) Vico's New Science showed that mythic thought had its own kind of language, its own form of time.
Key issues in literary criticism are addressed, such as class, urban identity, historical awareness, mythic thought, and hybridity and multiplicities, as well as the definition of Britishness.
Adamenko considers twentieth-century music and its relationship to mythology, focusing on questions concerning modernist and postmodernist aesthetics, the structure of mythic thought, and its tendency toward universalization.