Category Archives: mythology

The Progressive Left: Making of a Mythology, Three American Myths, pt. 3

By Dr. Denise R. Ames If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is going on today. I am trying to make sense of the turmoil, uncertainty, and rage. I find it is hard to get clear answers. … Continue reading

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The Progressive Left: Making of a Mythology, Three American Myths, pt. 2

By Dr. Denise R. Ames If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is going on today. I am trying to make sense of the turmoil, uncertainty, and rage. I find it is hard to get clear answers. … Continue reading

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The Progressive Left: Making of a Mythology, pt. 1

By Dr. Denise R. Ames If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is going on today. It seems as though political division is rampant, communities are fraying, and the American middle class is, well, caught in the … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype, Part 8

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype, Part 6

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype, Part 5:  Trump the Trickster?

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype, Part 4:  Trump the Trickster?

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype:  Who is the Trickster? Part 3

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Trickster Archetype:  Who is the Trickster? Part 2

Why can’t we just get along? This is a question that I have been working on in my new book, Divided: Five Colliding Worldviews and How to Navigate Them. I would like to share with you some ideas that I … Continue reading

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