Plato and His Employment Of Myth
"All mean is that every man loathes the thought that he might be taken captive by a lie which would prevent him from distinguishing between reality and unreality. That his soul should be possessed by a lie whereby he is continually deceived and irrevocably ignorant is something that no man wants to accept".
Plato's Republic, Book II
Muthos for the ancient Greeks held many meanings, both as a word itself and as a tradition. The origin of the word "muthos" was simply "something delivered by word of mouth", but eventually came to mean a "design" or "plan" as in a plot of a drama. Th…
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