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In some cultures, social structures are justified through th

In some cultures, social structures are justified through the perpetuation of myth. Why might myth rather than rational explanation be used to justify social structures? Are there cosmic myths that influence your views, the views of your culture, or daily decisions? If so, which ones and how do they affect you? If not, why do cosmic myths not influence your behavior?

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In some cultures, social structures are justified through the perpetuation of myth. Why might myth rather than rational explanation be used to justify social structures? Are there cosmic myths that influence your views, the views of your culture, or daily decisions? If so, which ones and how do they affect you? If not, why do cosmic myths not influence your behavior?

This is very common in eastern cultures, and in cultures that have been found to be among the oldest known cultures to man, that are still surviving ...

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In some cultures, social structures are justified through the perpetuation of myth. Why might myth rather than rational explanation be used to justify social structures? Are there cosmic myths that influence your views, the views of your culture, or daily decisions? If so, which ones and how do they affect you? If not, why do cosmic myths not influence your behavior?

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