Psychological and Ethical Ideas: What Early Greeks Say

Psychological and Ethical Ideas: What Early Greeks Say

by Sullivan
     
 

This book describes what early Greek poets and philosophers say about certain ideas of the Archaic Age, namely “psychological activity”, “soul”, “excellence”, and “justice”. Presenting material in translation, it introduces the reader to ideas of central importance in the Archaic Age and also in later times.

Overview

This book describes what early Greek poets and philosophers say about certain ideas of the Archaic Age, namely “psychological activity”, “soul”, “excellence”, and “justice”. Presenting material in translation, it introduces the reader to ideas of central importance in the Archaic Age and also in later times.

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'...undoubtly very useful for the novice. Highly recommended for advanced undergraduates and for graduate students.'
H.L. Shapiro, Choice, 1995.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9789004101852
Publisher:
Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date:
02/01/1995
Series:
Mnemosyne, Supplements Series, #144
Pages:
262
Product dimensions:
6.48(w) x 9.82(h) x 0.94(d)

Meet the Author

Shirley Darcus Sullivan (Ph.D., Classics, University of Toronto, 1973) is a Professor of Classics at the University of British Columbia. Her published articles focus upon Homer, the Greek lyric and elegiac poets, and the Presocratic philosophers.

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