I thought Jim's reflection on the 'inner circle' belief as symbolically
important was mega...
> Symbolically, it represents the
>origins -- the mythological origins -- of a very wide range of political
>movements and actions.
lots of good stuff snipped...
>Personally, I feel that the only context in which we can make sense of
>patterns like this, is mythology. Suppose, for example, that there were
>an "inner circle" that did not know what it was doing? That did not know
>it was inner? Whose members had no explicit or rational discourse amongst
>themselves? Made no communal decisions?
>In our deciding what to say and what not to say, what myths do we
Please say more about this Jim I am enthralled by it and would love to
understand more about how to talk about it. Could you answer one of your
own questions or give me one example of the sort of myth you mean?
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