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  1. Sep 2018
    1. \{yth, perhaps, serves in place of or as a fflter for experience

      myth explains what cannot be explained

    2. . Yet I would urge that wenot be too easily tempted into thinking that there is an oppo-sitional cpntrast between logos and mythos, the grammar ofexperieuce and the grammar of myth

      I feel like so often people are so quick to make this vast distinction and difference between the two when in fact they work together in this great harmony. Too often to people put logos on a pedestal and therefore only understand half of what they are looking at.