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David Brooks, “The Fourth Great Awakening,” The New York Times ()

All of a sudden, we are surrounded by myth. As parable-based religion has receded from the public square, heroic myth, and the competitive virtues it celebrates, has rushed in to fill the space. …

[Myths] tend to see the line between good and evil as running between groups, not, as in parable, down the middle of every human heart.