Opened Access El mito de la seducción continua
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Author: Morgado Giraldo, Ricardo
Date: 2011
Published in: Gazeta de Antropología, 27 (1), 1-17.
Document type: Article
Abstract: En este artículo se hace una reflexión acerca de los mitos en general, para hacer luego una distinción entre mitos y contramitos y entre mitos propios y mitos atribuidos. A partir de ahí se analiza el que he dado en llamar mito de la seducción conti...
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In this essay, we reflect on myths in general to distinguish between myths versus contradicting myths and owned myths versus attributed myths. From this standpoint the so-called "endless seduction myth" is analysed, in that sense of trying to encompass both the male and female charmers, as well as to get a glimpse of the relationships among different cultures. This is closely related to attributed myths, which often happen when a culture dominates another, or it could happen the other way around. That is, it could be a measure of defence or an adaptation against pressure, as in the case of the well-known "cargo cults". At the same time, we take note of the myths of "Carmen" and "Don Juan" as being complementary and mutually dependent. In this essay, we may also find reflections on how different cultures treat feelings such as guilt and sentiments of omnipotence or the opposite, helplessness.
Cite: Morgado Giraldo, R. (2011). El mito de la seducción continua. Gazeta de Antropología, 27 (1), 1-17.
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