Our popular but simple judgments about myth are kind of a smug, self-securing firewall to the apparent ignorance and backwardness of ancient people. We protect our intellectual security against such ancient ignorance by believing nothing when it comes to myth.
Could this firewall to the ignorance of our ancestors be an unintended barrier to the pursuit of knowledge or even truth?
Is it possible that we put up this firewall to protect what we believe is the common sense of science from the utter nonsense of myth?
In this episode of The Question Podcast, you will hear from presenter Frederick Tamagi as well as singer/songwriter Toni Vere.
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