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Date Created: 03/06/15
Introduction MenI DeathI and Meaning of life Difference between men and women Men Women Rational Emotional Aggressive Passive Venture out into 0 Stay at home the world 0 Nurturing Protects Mischievous Heroes Why such a difference Biological sex Political or ideological choice within culture Position within the home Religious beliefs The idea the women give life and men ght Culture values Physical construction 0 Tales of a masculine life 0 Epic of Gilgamesh Kills the most dangerous animal Venture out into the deadest woodsforest o The Iliad o Aeneid Venture out from home Fought soldiers Restorebuilt a city 0 Odysseus sail the seven seas ght monsters and escape from dif cult circumstance goal oriented protects his home from suitors The arch of a man s life Hero Story 0 Realization that death comes to all marks individual as human 0 Human civilization product of imposing human control over raw power of nature 0 Heroes seen as guardians of human civilization Sees themselves as allpowerful OOOOOOO Men and women Advertisements 0 Men Men ate a lot Strength and masculinity were shown Violence loud Greek Men venture out into the world and acquire knowledge 0 Women Small loss weight Everything is colorful and pretty Greek Women move from one home to another 0 Penelope and other Greek women are home Have control over men Pandora39s box being blame for everything shakes or destroy their authority over anything Garden of Eden Eve is blame for everything Second Self Affected the way a hero thins about himself Alterego denied lost must be destroy Figure represent part of the hero that is denied or lost 0 Pride arrogant Greeks external 0 Example Batman Bruce Wang Iron man Tony 0 Greeks loves all thing external Masculinity Natural things 0 Things that are made Unnatural made out of nothing 0 Cannot make something out of thinking 0 Examples of making something out of nothing Odysseus his son Creation story Achilles friend going into the war making something of himself Chaos Greeks coming from nothing Greeks lack respect for women 0 Women were compare too closely to nature 0 Migration from one house to another 0 Idea of giving life and taking care of the home 0 Women are emotional and fragile to handle men39s work Women and men Dark and night 0 India China 0 Prefer boys over girls 0 Boys are better and more important than girls 0 Girls are killed while boys are kept alive Spiders and Spinsters Myth and symbol Dislikable characteristic of spiders o Webs 0 Ability to hang upside down 3D space 0 Ability to go into small spaces and linger Spiders in stories 0 Weaving o Trickery o Seductive o Homebase Spiders and women 0 By thinking order will 0 Stop thinking there will be chaos and destruction 0 quotone destrination does not make a man but the accidents of a birthdate geographic and incomequot 0 Society humans groups themselves base on similarities 0 Geographical location West East side etc 0 Birth relation Virgo Capricorn etc 0 Geographic location where you are from o Determines the type of men or women an individual is Chinese39s idea of a man compare to the US idea of a man US idea of a freedom African slave39s idea of a freedom quotA hero nds reintegration into society most dif cult Hero Experiences more than the society 0 Hero acquire a vast knowledge of the world the society have not acquire Hero supports society and give meaning to the society 0 Taking of test and trials Way for society to determines if a hero is t for the title
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