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  1. Myths and heroes: social cohesion factors
  2. The subversive hero
  3. The myth o powerful means of influence

The myth evokes the human condition as whole. His story is transmitted firstly orally and often incarnated by a hero, a place or a community. Question the myth is taking an interest to the heroes and stories that underpin a collective identity and memory.. The hero can be a fictive or a real character that marked the tradition, history or daily life. Looking for examples to follow, individual or collective identity, the society creates its own hero, incarnations of the values and concerns of an epoch. So we may wonder for what purpose precisely a society create myth and heroes?

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