The Inner Reaches of Outer Space: Metaphor as Myth and as Religion

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A reissued editon--now with a new index--of one of the world-famous scholar's most popular books, delineating his basic understanding of mythology and religion. Focusing and drawing on the interplay between the universals and their localized expression in cultures throughout the world, Campbell leads readers on a search for a new mythology which encourages a oneness of humanity and all creation. Illustrated.

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DennyD

Mar 18, 2010

Fascinating but complex

This is another great Joseph Campbell book, but a bit complex. If you are new to Joseph Campbell I would recommend starting with another book that is easier to understand. This seems to go more in depth on ideas that he presents in other books. I've read quite a bit of Joseph Campbell's work, but i still found myself a little daunted and rereading parts of this book to fully grasp it. Its another one of his short books that has a wealth of information.

StarryTelling

Aug 27, 2009

Helps to explore the nonduality of science and myth.

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