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RLGN 3110 Lecture Notes - Winter 2016 Lecture 16 - Medb, Oedipus complex

Myth is ideology in narrative form -prompt critique and reection, critical self-reection -Marx, critical theory Ideological maneuvers> recalibration of rankings/classicatory order (shifting of taxonomies) ...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 15: march 1

Discourse -persuasive -sentiments (affective, engages) Myth: developed by Barthes (message in the form that it takes) Ritual: Bloch Classication: labour or myth/ritual it is ...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture Notes - Winter 2016 Lecture 14 - Tent peg, Sisera, Israelites

myth as ideology in narrative form categories, relation between categories, ranking of categories, justication of categories, shifts in categories, justication for shift, change in categories mythic text look at the co...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 9: feb 11

Conclusion: Bringing Myth Back to the World 19th century primitive science wmodern 20th century myth remains alongside science, has a range of functions and meanings, there is a such thing as secular myths 21st century can...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 7: feb 4

According to Segal, myth is: a story (text, narrative) personalities (cosmos) accomplishes something signicant (unclear, signicant to who?) exerts a powerful hold (emotion) aka. Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry P...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 6: feb 2

mythback to the world | |___ Gaia (myth/science) |___ used by people |___ naturalized Similar use to Armstrong, the problem of myth has been solved. At some point he decided what myth was He ...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 5: jan 26

Hunter- essential- primal human beings: direct experience of the sacred Farmers Urbanites Why is this concept of myth so popular? (similarity, sameness) simplies simple point, easy to describe audience: conservative...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture Notes - Winter 2016 Lecture 4 - Karen Armstrong

KAREN ARMSTRONG Rooted in the imagination myth extends scope of H.B the unknown deeper meaning core of reality rooted in death and fear of death valid when it works, gives meaning/ can be invalid 2 worlds- unse...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 3: jan 19

Bolle on myth special as a totality we don't have access to explained? not really source/ origin stories revealed/presented to us We are probably better off understanding ...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 2: jan 14

Myth expression of sacred in words origin/valid/basis of word functions as a model for human activity sacred/profane, all people, all places, all times mark this out no ordinary words (authority) presented -> reve...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 3110 Lecture 1: jan 12

Mirroring the exact formula in which scholars develop their studies We are all religious implies: we are all believers in X symbols universal valuablemeaningful ethicsnorms religion (sacred, holy, pure) nonreligion (irrele...

Religion
RLGN 3110
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 2030 Lecture 18: march 31

Harris: imagination Gleason: imaginary relationships Honeycutt: imaginary interactions (daydreaming) interpersonal communication inner speech Honeycutt sees all communication as coming from the self Ford: deceased, role id...

Religion
RLGN 2030
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 2030 Lecture 17: march 29

Harris generative (imaginary world) special processing magical thinking infusion affect semipermeable boundary Bloch status functions GleasonImaginary Relationships (IR) reciprocity emotions social benets imaginary compani...

Religion
RLGN 2030
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 2030 Lecture 16: march 24

pretend makebelieve transient recognized as imagined fantasyreality What are the basic differences between pretend and religion? small scale community of adherents playful socialseriousconviction counterfactually recogniz...

Religion
RLGN 2030
Kenneth MacKendrick
RLGN 2030 Lecture Notes - Winter 2016 Lecture 15 - Extended cognition, Comparative religion, Distributed cognition

March 17 Geertz & Jensen bioclutural theory normative cognition |_programatic statement for CSR calling for *history, comparative religion **norms, agency, resonableness of communication neurobiology (MindLab) distribu...

Religion
RLGN 2030
Kenneth MacKendrick

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