Top 10 similar words or synonyms for mythopoesis

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for mythopoesis

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Roman Katsman literary mythopoesis is constructed on the foundation of this theory of
Roman Katsman (2005) is dedicated to this research, in which the theory of mythopoesis in its
Roman Katsman (2002) is dedicated to developing a theory of mythopoesis, of how myth is
Roman Katsman and Gans’ theory is complemented with a theory of mythopoesis, according to
Mythopoeic The term mythopoeic ("of or pertaining to myth-making", noun "mythopoeia"; also mythopoetic, noun "mythopoesis") has several applications:
Roman Katsman personality’s transcendental purpose in empirical history). Based on the Emmanuel Levinas concept of revelation, a theory is proposed in which mythopoesis is
J. Nigro Sansonese In addition to his work in print Sansonese has discussed his theory of "mythopoesis" (Gk., "story making") in a lengthy 1994 interview with San Francisco psychologist Dr. Jeffrey Mishlove of Thinking Allowed (PBS).
Speculative fiction In mythography the concept of speculative fiction has been termed "mythopoesis" or mythopoeia, "fictional speculation", the creative design and generation of lore, regarding such works as J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings". Such supernatural, alternate history and sexuality themes continue in works produced within the modern speculative fiction genre.
Mythopoeia Mythopoeia (also mythopoesis, after Hellenistic Greek "myth-making") is a narrative genre in modern literature and film where a fictional or artificial mythology is created by the writer of prose or other fiction. This meaning of the word "mythopoeia" follows its use by J. R. R. Tolkien in the 1930s. The authors in this genre integrate traditional mythological themes and archetypes into fiction.
Tony Tost In 2011, Tost's book on Johnny Cash's American Recordings was published by Continuum Books in their 33 1/3 series on classic albums. Critic Joshua Scheiderman wrote that Tost's book "ultimately belongs in the long, rich tradition of texts like Constance Rourke’s "American Humor: A Study of the National Character" (1931) and Greil Marcus’s "The Old, Weird America: The World of Bob Dylan’s Basement Tapes" (1997), ostensibly academic studies of American culture but also works of mythopoesis in their own right."