By John M. Robertson
1910. The author_s reports led him to a perception of Mythology as a extra catholic technological know-how, or a extra clinical class of definite wisdom, than it has but been proven to be within the palms of its cultivators. He explores those perspectives in 3 treatises: The growth of Mythology; Christ and Krishna; and eventually a survey of The Gospel Myths. See the numerous different works by means of this writer to be had from Kessinger Publishing.
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Schelling Einleit. had said the same thing, Ueber My then, § 8. 3 P. 18. 4 P. 61. 1793, cited — THE SCIENCE AND some sort settle its bases as it ITS goes along himself, in the next breath, goes ; HISTORY 9 and, secondly, that Miiller on to specify such a foundation when he speaks of a" certain necessity of intuition " as underlying the formation of mythi. But indeed he is thus reasoning on psychological grounds all through his treatise and we are entitled to say that the deliverance above cited is in plain contradiction of his practice, as well as of his later and really sound decision, given in comment on Creuzer, that " mythology is still an historical science like every other.
His own interpretative Jupiter (1832), is principle, further set forth that laid down with in his treatise caution but applied without — any by Bacon that myths are symbolical attempts to explain Nature and to make his treatise broadly scientific it needed that he should have recognized how the principle of so-called fetichism, or the actual primitive personalizing of nature-forces, preceded and conditioned the systems which the writer handled as purposively symbolical, and symbolical only. The anthropological method had been indicated by Heyne, whose system he admitted to be " true at bottom"; but on this side he made no use of it.
At the same made no attempt to carry on the great practical service of Dupuis and his school, the application of the pagan keys to the time, he Christian religion, but confines himself to the Greek. The same thing falls to be said in some degree of the earlier Prolegomena of Karl Ottfried Muller (1828) ,* of which Emeric-David makes no mention, on his principle of not criticising living writers. But none the less had Muller brought to the study of Greek mythology a learning, a genius, and a method which give a really In the school of Dupuis he shows scientific character to his work.