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Joseph Campbell, Thou Art That: Transforming Religious Metaphor Quotes: "The Garden is a metaphor for the following: our minds, and our thinking in terms of pairs of opposites--man and woman, good and evil--are as holy as that of a god. (50)"

The Garden is a metaphor for the following: our minds, and our thinking in terms of pairs of opposites--man and woman, good and evil--are as holy as that of a god. (50)




Joseph Campbell, Thou Art That: Transforming Religious Metaphor Quotes: "Mythology may, in a real sense, be defined as other people's religion. And religion may, in a sense, be understood as popular misunderstanding of mythology. (8)"

Mythology may, in a real sense, be defined as other people's religion. And religion may, in a sense, be understood as popular misunderstanding of mythology. (8)



Joseph Campbell, Thou Art That: Transforming Religious Metaphor Quotes: "When you have lived your individual life in your own adventurous way and then look back upon its course, you will find that you have lived a model human life, after all."

When you have lived your individual life in your own adventurous way and then look back upon its course, you will find that you have lived a model human life, after all.



Joseph Campbell, Thou Art That: Transforming Religious Metaphor Quotes: "When you translate the Bible with excessive literalism, you demythologize it. The possibility of a convincing reference to the individual's own spiritual experience is lost. (111)"

When you translate the Bible with excessive literalism, you demythologize it. The possibility of a convincing reference to the individual's own spiritual experience is lost. (111)




Joseph Campbell, Thou Art That: Transforming Religious Metaphor Quotes: "It may be a species of impudence to think that the way you understand God is the way God is. (60)."

It may be a species of impudence to think that the way you understand God is the way God is. (60).