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Message 8078:

I believe mythic imagination and logical thoughts are opposites. Myths and mythos are a way of seeing the world, a way that is traditional and narrative, employing imaginative movement to give a sense of structure and meaning to life itself. Whereas, logos is a progressive, logical, mechanical means of viewing anything. Unlike mythos, logos must relate exactly to facts and correspond to external reality. Logos is practical and logical. Logos cannot answer questions about the ultimate value of human life. The purpose of doing a box is due to these facts. You can represent your social issues as well as solutions to your problems.

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Nice way to explain the boxes.
jeanne
December 20, 2005



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