- n. Plural form of mythology.
“Once they give up their claim to the title "scientist," they as citizens have the same duty as all other citizens to ensure that the state (public school) does NOT teach religious origin mythologies as science.”
“Bat in what are commonly called the mythologies of these nations, Apollo.”
“A growing trend – they pull these pseudo-scientists from Creation Institutional Colleges that exist solely to debunk real science in the name of religious mythologies from the Bible (Noah’s Flood for instance), which conveniently align with most of the Republican Party’s greedy little plans to accumulate unnecessary wealth.”
“I think that nowhere else in the mythologies are the Five Root-Races, the four past and the one existent, mentioned so clearly as here in”
“The Nightmare Before Christmas but with subtler undercurrents: a velveteen tunnel, an imprisoning mirror, plus coddling-then-frightening parental "others" recalling the mythologies of Cocteau's fantasy films and the Mother / Meat sequence of Bunuel's”
“The previous 'mythologies' that you mentioned were serious religions in their own times (and still are to most people) and sometimes people took the stories in their religions as fact and not myth, as do some Christians today.”
“I've only recently even dared talk of other "mythologies" in the classroom, trying to distinguish the basis for each.”
“They are more accurately described as mythologies that continue to shape our world in terms of black/white and victim/oppressor—even when these labels don’t apply.”
“Bolten, Hadley decry 'mythologies', insist administration wasn't arrogant”
“On the analogy of grammar, a structure that human beings use all the time, but may or may not be able to articulate, Mr. Lévi-Strauss began to interpret preliterate societies in terms of structures such as mythologies, systems of symbols and kinship rules that govern relationships among families, clans and tribes.”
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