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- As such, this material could be used for patriotic myth-making just as Virgil linked the founding of Rome to the Trojan War in "The Æneid".
- "Buy This Book", written and illustrated by political cartoonist and post-'60s Yippie activist Pete Wagner, "Buy This Too" recounts efforts by a guerrilla street theater gang named the "1985 Brain Trust" to "fight the New Right with Yippie-like myth-making tactics."
- As a genre of political thought, parallels exist between Niebuhr's "necessary illusions" and the "noble lies" of Plato and Leo Strauss, "public relations" of Edward Bernays and "myth making" of Niccolò Machiavelli.
- Others, however, have analyzed the reception of Scandinavian design abroad, seeing in it a form of myth-making and racial politics.
- In order to inculcate such pride in a nation he considered degraded by Conquest, he engaged in national myth-making, celebrating the days of New France as a golden age and elevating Dollard des Ormeaux into a legendary hero.
- In propensity of Kholopov to the myth-making can make sure everyone, who read the fantastic chimera «"rainbow spectrum of intervals"» in Kholopov's definition of the natural harmonic series.
- Napoca, the pre-Roman and Roman name of ancient settlements in the area of the modern city, was added to the historical and modern name of Cluj during Nicolae Ceaușescu's national-communist dictatorship as part of his myth-making efforts.
- Shay Hazkani has written that, after an exhaustive search of archives, he turned up no evidence that the ALA had ever made any genocidal threat to 'throw the Jews into the sea', as Zionist myth-making about the war suggested.
- Nazi myth making and ideology was forced upon the new musical path of the Third Reich rather than truly embedded in the rhetoric of German music.
- Traditional myth-making often depended on literary story-tellers - especially epic poets.
- Reviewers complained that it was literary myth-making and not a work of serious historical scholarship.
- Inventing languages, something that he called "glossopoeia" (paralleling his idea of "mythopoeia" or myth-making), was a lifelong occupation for Tolkien, starting in his teens.
- Modern scholars refer to the myths and study them in an attempt to throw light on the religious and political institutions of Ancient Greece and its civilization, and to gain understanding of the nature of myth-making itself.
- Mythopoiesis is literally myth-making (see Mythopoeia and Mythopoeic thought).
- Bryan Enk, writing for UGO, states that the myth-making story of Söze's origins is a classic ghost story that would be right at home in horror fiction.
- This element makes the novel one of Stapledon's efforts to write "an essay in myth making".
- By using various narrators expressing their interpretations, the novel alludes to the historical cultural zeitgeist of Faulkner's South, where the past is always present and constantly in states of revision by the people who tell and retell the story over time; it thus also explores the process of myth-making and the questioning of truth.
- meaning 'myth-making'; an alternative is "mythopoesis" (...) of similar meaning.
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