When the image said "I guess darkness serves a purpose: to show us that there is redemption through chaos," I was confused at first but later got an idea of what it might mean. Greek mythology probably taught people that the darkness represents chaos. The redemption through chaos is when the sun raises again. Nobody would have gotten the idea if it weren't for the darkness. This is just a basis of myth because people just come up with ideas that could explain everything others couldn't understand. In contrast, Edward Burnett Tylor believed that animism --the belief that all things in nature have souls-- is the basis of myths. The article contains too much details but did not fail to teach us about the origins of myth. There is no limit to human imagination but people could not be able to make a myth believable enough to get others to believe without a little bit of true stories.
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