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3 thoughts on “Babylon Painting 2”
When you interpret the genre of Myth using the interpretative conventions of the genre of history, you’re in real trouble. 🙂
Yet it seems most people give credence only to that which can be proven by facts and apprehended by the senses. But I guess the stories of myth are facts in themselves–in the sense of artifacts.
Absolutely. I believe they are in themselves expressions of truth the nature of which no other vehicle can express.
The process of demythologization has always been a problem for me. 🙂