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Paths to the power of myth : Joseph Campbell and the study of religion

By: Noel, Daniel C., ed
Material type: TextTextNew York, NY Crossroad c1990Description: xiv, 214p.; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0824510240Subject(s): Myth | Campbell, Joseph, 1904-1987 | Mythology and Religion | Mythology--Study and TeachingLOC classification: BL311 .P38 1990Abstract: 'The aim of this volume is threefold: to assess the intellectual achievement and popular appeal of the late Joseph Campbell, to explore major issues in the theory of myth (mythography) suggested by Professor Campbell's work, and to demonstrate the resources of the academic study of religion for addressing mythographic themes. The contribuutors to the collection are all scholars and teachers in the field of Religious Studies, employing one or more of its methodologies and with a particular interest in the fascinating but complex topic of myth.'
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'The aim of this volume is threefold: to assess the intellectual achievement and popular appeal of the late Joseph Campbell, to explore major issues in the theory of myth (mythography) suggested by Professor Campbell's work, and to demonstrate the resources of the academic study of religion for addressing mythographic themes. The contribuutors to the collection are all scholars and teachers in the field of Religious Studies, employing one or more of its methodologies and with a particular interest in the fascinating but complex topic of myth.'

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