PSY230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Pythia, Polybus Of Corinth, Laius

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Psy230h1f l11; nov. 23, 2011 (caught between east and. West: being in ourselves all the time makes it hard to notice our personality; like not noticing air til gone. May: many of the problems we confront (anxiety, depression, substance abuse) stem from absence of myths. Myths - narrative patterns that give significance to our existence . Problem: may include every story we may tell ourselves about meaning, no matter how self-deceptive. Fictional as simply not true, or artisticly true in a non-literal way (not true in way we usual suppose) Kingdom w threat, hero = from dif land or 3rd son of king, becomes new king. = you inside, unreceptive to outside reality (you = dragon, alien kingdom) Benevolent aspect of feminine, protecting something of value. Represent not search for meaning" (help me find something to believe) but. Experience of meaning" (help me find myself, so i can experience both myself and the world)

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