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Raphael Patai was an anthropologist, folklorist, mythologist and Biblical scholar

Raphael Patai was an anthropologist, folklorist, mythologist and Biblical scholar. Here he examines the emergence of modern-day myths to replace the old religions people are losing faith in. This book was published in 1972 and discusses Freudian, Jungian and other schools of thought.

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Raphael Patai studied at rabbinical seminaries in and at the University of Budapest and the . Man and Temple in Ancient Jewish Myth and Ritual. Graves, Robert; Patai, Raphael (1983). Hebrew myths: The book of Genesis. New York: Greenwich House.

He moved to Palestine in 1933, where his parents joined him in 1939, after he received the first doctorate awarded by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in 1936. He returned briefly to Budapest, where he completed his ordination at the Budapest Rabbinical Seminary.

Raphael Patai, Myth and Modern Man, 1972, p. 14. The word Lucifer can be traced to the ancient ideals surrounding the myths associated with the Morningstar and his brother the Evening Star. 147. H. R. Hays, In the Beginnings, 1963, p. 85. Etu Malku: The word Lucifer can be traced to the ancient ideals surrounding the myths associated with the Morningstar and his brother the Evening Star. Early on these myths place the Morningstar into the role of attempted usurper who is defeated and becomes a ‘fallen’ deity.

Raphael Patai examines how six great historical encounters, spanning three millennia, between the Jews and other cultures led to both change and continuity in Jewish communities throughout the global diaspora. A timeless analysis by a prominent scholar.

Venerable classicist and historian Robert Graves recounts the ancient Hebrew stories, both obscure and familiar, with a rich sense of storytelling, culture, and spirituality. This book is sure to be riveting to students of Jewish or Judeo-Christian history, culture, and religion. Robert Graves (1895–1985) was an English novelist, poet, and translator of Classical Greek and Roman literature, and one of the most prominent English writers of the 20th century.

Several definitions of myth are offered, and the ideas of Mircea Eliade on. .Myth and Modern Man. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall.

Several definitions of myth are offered, and the ideas of Mircea Eliade on the role of camouflaged myths in contemporary societies are discussed. This model is based on speculations by the author in the 1970s and is found in a book by the author, Media, Myth and Society published in 2013. Myth of Oedipus is run through the myth model as an example of how a myth informs cultures. A learning game in which readers are asked to trace a myth through the parts of the model is provided.

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Raphael Patai (1910-1996) was a cultural anthropologist specializing in Jewish and Arab cultures. The collection includes files created by his daughter, Daphne Patai, after his death, and correspondence and writings of his father, Jozsef Patai. Raphael Patai was born in Budapest, Hungary on November 22, 1910, the son of Hungarian Jews,.