24_1 Interpretations

24_1 Interpretations - myth was idolatry Fulgentius Ovid...

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Chapter Twenty-Four Lecture One Theories of Myth Interpretation
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Greek Theories
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Greek Theories Rationalism Xenophanes Allegory Symbolism
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Physical Allegory
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Physical Allegory Theagenes Stoics Allegory Etymology
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Historical Allegory
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Historical Allegory Euhemerism Palaephatus Disease of language
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Moral Allegory
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Moral Allegory Neoplatonism Plotinus Prophyry
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Medieval and Renaissance Theories
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Medieval and Renaissance Allegorical interpretation made pagan myths useful Or Euhemerism useful to show that pagan
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Unformatted text preview: myth was idolatry Fulgentius Ovid moralis Medieval and Renaissance Botticelli Marsilio Ficino Alchemists Michael Maier, Atalanta fugiens Homer and the Old Testament Theories of the Enlightenment Theories of the Enlightenment Bernard Fontenelle Theories of the Enlightenment Bernard Fontenelle De lorigine des fables Giambattista Vico The three stages of history End...
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