Recovery: The Art of Paradigm Shifts — Denise Breton and Christopher Largent

This podcast features an article from the December 2010 Mithraic Mysteries issue of the Rosicrucian Digest. In the history of Mithraic scholarship, the paradigm of Mithras’s Persian origins taught by Franz Cumont, which is highly disputed today, was so firmly entrenched that it wasn’t until almost thirty years after his death that scholars began to openly reassess the evidence and present alternative conclusions. Paradigms can be very difficult to dislodge, as Denise Breton and Christopher Largent discuss in this introduction to their work on changing paradigms in life and society.
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