Alex Evans



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The Myth Gap: What Happens ...

3.75 avg rating — 119 ratings — published 2017 — 3 editions
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Sorcières Associées

3.53 avg rating — 119 ratings — published 2015 — 7 editions
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L'Échiquier de jade

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La Machine de Léandre

3.50 avg rating — 32 ratings — published 2014 — 5 editions
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Eden 2.0: Climate Change an...

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Une collection d'ennuis

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L'Œuf-tonnerre

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Le Loup des Farkas

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Le Temple des transactions ...

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“sweating like demons they scream through our speakers, but we leave the sound on cuz silence is harder and no one's the killer and no one's the martyr. The world that has made us can no longer contain us.”
Alex Evans

“Our mythic landscape has become brittle because many people have rejected the notion of thinking symbolically – and that’s unique to our rationalist modern society. Today, we demand to know if something is true or not. This is why science and religion compete so furiously. Either the world is six thousand years old or several billion. Either we are descended from apelike ancestors or created by God. To the modern mind, only one can be right, and the other is wrong. To the mythological mind, both can easily be true. Held to the standard of literal truth, traditional myths start to crack.21”
Alex Evans, Eden 2.0: Climate Change and the Search for a 21st Century Myth



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