Topological structures of complex belief systems (II): Textual materialization

Textual Materialization



Mythical and religious belief systems in a social context can be regarded as a conglomeration of sacrosanct rites, which revolve around substantive values that involve an element of faith. Moreover, we can conclude that ideologies, myths and beliefs can all be analyzed in terms of systems within a cultural context. The significance of being able to define ideologies, myths and beliefs as systems is that they can figure in cultural explanations. This, in turn, means that such systems can figure in logic-mathematical analyses. © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Complexity 19: 50–62, 2013