demythologized

ADJECTIVE
  1. having mythical elements removed
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How To Use demythologized In A Sentence

  • In a real sense, Obama has been demythologized and demystified, and we hate it when we can see the wizard's feet behind the curtain. Christopher Cocca: Updating The Hero Myth Of Barack Obama
  • It gave me a chance to reflect on Dante's analysis of sin more thoroughly, and offer this "demythologized" version of it that I think non-Christians will find interesting, disgusting, and maybe even thrilling. Tom Morris: Interview with a Philosopher: Zombies Are People, Too
  • In a real sense, Obama has been demythologized and demystified, and we hate it when we can see the wizard's feet behind the curtain. Christopher Cocca: Updating The Hero Myth Of Barack Obama
  • Kant's demythologized religion was not uncommon among his contemporaries.
  • the Bible should be demythologized and examined for its historical value
  • There is a fundamental paradox in Heidegger: he tries to maintain the ethos of the mythic (the sentimentality about pre-industrial rural life) in a demythologized world of capitalist exchange value.
  • The abolition of the totalitarian state has demythologized the state and thereby liberated man, as well as politicians and politics. Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:
  • Even as they have been mythologized by the many, they have been demythologized by at least a few.
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