purist view of history as against the allegory of a confluence of a river , as presented by the author

This question can be answered with the help of an river example. The greatest rivers bear the most misleading names. The cannon of geography dictates that the source furthest away from mouth is the rivers point of origin, and the entire watercourse takes on single name. But the river’s official name conceals the truth of its composition; while the nametag passes to legend and lexicon, the acestry of confluences becomes invisible. To understand the true identity of the river , we would have to pinpoint the occasions to confluence , examine the dynamics of addition and innovation played out at the merging of the waters.

Another example is, all the religion has a connected . All are formed together and it has been divided into parts , but all are practised based on one platform

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