<<Metaphor should be recognized as just that. It is a crystallization that
has meaning, no more, no less. Myths reflect our substance, not the reverse. It is simple literary sense and has no mystic strings attached.>>
You say we don't need myth because science explains all. I think you may be asking too much of the common man. Not everyone cares to program in assembly language, even though it really is sufficient to perform any task.
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