The Hero's Journey Analysis

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Joseph Campbell is telling us that “Experience of life” (p5) is truly The Hero’s Adventure, chapter five title. For him, reading ancient stories, going through rituals will transform our outer world to match our inner selves. Agreeing that mythology incorporate religion that can inspire art, which teaches us an illumination within our consciousness, being awake. Disagreeing that philosophy cannot be part of this mixture of inspiration because being “tangled up in concepts” (p163). Campbell died before the Matrix movie trilogy was in theaters that was inspired by philosophy. Joseph would have truly enjoy watching all the “allegory of the cave” inspired by Plato with its action, mystery and coming of age by seeing the “real” world. All myths,

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