We Need Myth for the Success of Humanity - Part 1
on July 9, 2021
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The captivity of Man to seduce with the idea of “Myth” and mental activities of conquering the unknown has proposes Man, himself the Will to Believe, to unleash in the shackles of human impunity and mortal limitations of his own nature.
Today, we re-examine the necessities of “Myths” as a way of social learning as rational individuals the lessons and values we can learn and teach others in order to avoid the perils of blind veneration and dogmatic worshipping so inclined in normative institutions like the Church or Mass Culture, thus it is ethical to examine, as Ramil Gabriel argues, the contemporary mythos of Psychology in the age of dialectic “Modernity” through materialistic desires of the secular man losing his respectable fashion and befallen to Nihilism.
It is important to remind ourselves of the Universal Story of Myths, not as mere conceptual terms, but as a narrative rooted within the collective psyche as illustrated by Joseph Campbell’s Archetypes. Let’s join Alex-Jason in this wonderful episode of Higher Density Living as they discuss Critical Anthropology.
1:02 – The Modern (Docile) Dinosaurs
2:46 – The Mortal Dangers of Domesticating Animals
3:24 – The Myth and the Mind
4:02 – Deconstructing the Modern “Mind”; on Psychology and Secularism
4:31 – Clinical Gatekeeping; On Modern Psychiatric Praxis
6:07 – Overcoming the legends of Myth and Heroism
6:46 – Mythological Archetypes and the Collective Conscious
8:12 – The connective tissue of trans-cultural, trans-national, and interrelated Mythos
9:07 – The Post-“Modern” Reality; On Secular Man and Post-Enlightenment Era
9:58 – On Reflexive Knowledge and Constructive Metal Activity
10:16 – The futility of Tabula Rasa
11:46 – The Ambiguity of Psychology; On Social Scientific Reductionism and Isomorphism of Contemporary Psychology
13:24 – Primacy to Learn and Discover Stories
13:57 – On Universal Narratives and Structuralism
16:09 – The Great Revolution; On the Cultural Turn in 1960s
18:34 – The Anachronistic Stockholm Syndrome
20:08 – Caricatures of Myth
21:00 – Hyper consumerism and Commercializing Archetypal Myth
22:30 – Unchanging Values and the Universality of Stories
23:19 – Recognizing Unity and Love through Forms
24:03 – The Ontology of Myth; Myth as in it of “itself”
24:50 – Channel Support; Learn, Love, and Teach
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