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“Myth simply displays the various and varying forms of existential field in all their profusion. It is only from the standpoint of detached, disinterested abstraction that a clear distinction between form and content can be drawn, making possible conceptual judgment. Myth does not apply its form to the world, nor does it measure the world by its form; rather we should say that the world first takes form in myth. Myth itself does not re-present the world, it presents the world.” Lawrence¬† J. Hatab ‘ Myth and philosophy’


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