We Need Myth for the Success of Humanity - Part 2
on July 15, 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 ask ourselves what is a constitution of a Myth? Are these regular social constructs created by men themselves? Find out more. Let’s join Alex-Jason in this wonderful episode of Higher Density Living as they discuss and answer these questions on Mythology.
1:51 – The Big Seven of TARTLE
4:00 – The Constitution of Mythology
4:16 – On Defining Belief and Distinguishing Myths
6:28 – Myth as Contextualizing Origin Stories
8:00 – Jason on Cultural Insensitivity
10:13 – Testing BELIEF and Investigating TRUTH
12:18 – Alex and Jason On Personhood; On Identity and Effective Consciousness
14:08 – On Virtue and Equilibrium
15:00 – The Revolution of Contemporary Psychology from Traditional Empiricism into Objective Science
15:17 – The Nature of Belief
17:18 – Belief Limits Anxiety and the Unknowing “Void”
19:16 – The Cycle of BLOOM and DECAY
20:31 – Multi-Factorial Dimensions of Decision Making
22:09 – On Pragmatism and Human Nature; the heterodox perspective
22:48 – Doubt Is The Ground For All Belief
23:46 – The Reinforcing Relationships of Hindu Societies; Caste Systems (Material Hierarchy) and Buddhism (Spiritual Apparatus)
25:07 – Disavowal of Practical Heuristics and the Conditions of Modern Religion
27:24 – Self Proclaiming Arbiters of BELIEF
28:22 – Self Respect as Symbol of Responsibility
28:44 – Critique on Symbolic Interactionism; the problems with Heuristic Knowledge
30:19 – Belief Stops Evolution
32:10 – The Hyper Polarization of Contemporary US Politics
34:23 – Active Engagement of Belief and Commitment to Fiction
34:57 – Cynical Attitude of Belief; From Enlightenment to Dogma Vice Versa
35:34 – Scientific Pessimism and Affinity for Gatekeeping
37:00 – Rectifying Belief Systems Through CREATIONAL LAWS!
38:30 – The Timelessness and Immutable Relevancy of Effective Creational Laws
39:11 – The Sponsors
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