Joseph Campbell | Lecture II.5.1 - Mythologies - New, Old, & Today

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Lecture II.5.1 - Mythologies - New, Old, & Today

by Joseph Campbell

Joseph Campbell explains how man is viewed as the giver of meanings, the source of all the gods and all the hells, and man as the that one who must be recognized in love as the sign to yourself of your own transcendence of your own secondary ego...
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1. Interiors Life of Man Today
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2. Flights to the Moon
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3. L.S.D. - Psychosis and Mysticism
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4. Primitive Myths
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5. Four Functions of Mythology
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6. European Consciousness
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7. The Grail Legend
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8. Individual as the Center
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"When people ask me what is the myth today, I always have the feeling there is no myth, there can be no myth anymore. A mythology requires a homogeneous population, a group of people within a horizon who 'will' have had equivalent experiences for whom certain specific images will continue to have and dependently so the same sense, the same meaning, the same affect value. Where is in our world with the great miscellaneous people, in this room I dare say there are so many different backgrounds of the people here that your responses to images would be quite particular to yourselves, so each of us as it were thrown into the requirement to develop out of his own depth, to learn what his own driving grounds are, and you can't take them from elsewhere."

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