Topic: Name: Professor: Course: Institution:Date: A Short Story History of Myth In the book a Short History of Myth the words used bear a far greater meaning that carries with it the tide of time. The text in the story carry significant ancient and enigmatic ideas. Some of the words that appear in the reading have been inscribed in ancient writing and carving. The words therefore enrich the story in a historical perspective. The author Karen Armstrong points out that a myth can be termed as an event that occurred once but has the potential to aim of introducing myths that can give hope to the greater masses. He goes ahead to provoke some insightful ideas in challenging the viability of myth in today’s society. He insists that the human capacity has changed but his nature has not changed. He therefore posits if the present individual can so easily ignore God or his existence they how serious did the ancient civilization take the idea of God (Armstrong 2014). References Armstrong K. (2014). Mythos and the standard for admission of scientific evidence for Logos: A Short History of Myth. Newyork. L. Rev. 46 519. [...]
From book A Short History of Myth, compare the difference between the terms myth and logos? A short paragraph is sufficient. Armstrong, Karen, A Short History of Myth, NewYork, NY, Canongate, ISBN 13-84195-716-X.