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The Iliad. History Kleos Piety “The Good Life” Culpability Divine Intervention Mortality. Leadership Sacrifice Anger Glory of State Fate Ancestry. The Odyssey. Nostos Kleos Identity Knowledge Exploration Marriage Mortality. The Afterlife Maturation The uknown Story-telling

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The iliad

The Iliad

History

Kleos

Piety

“The Good Life”

Culpability

Divine Intervention

Mortality

Leadership

Sacrifice

Anger

Glory of State

Fate

Ancestry


The odyssey

The Odyssey

Nostos

Kleos

Identity

Knowledge

Exploration

Marriage

Mortality

The Afterlife

Maturation

The uknown

Story-telling

Guest-Host

Deception

Revenge


Hymn to demeter

Hymn to Demeter

Ritual

Theogony

Sacrifice

Marriage Ritual

Order of Nature

Gender Trouble

Fertility

Life Cycle

Mourning


The histories

The Histories

“history”

Origins

Anthropology

Memory

Glory

Inquiry and “truth”

Happiness

religion

The “other”

happiness

nomos

Deception

Prophecy

hubris


Thucydides

Thucydides

“truth”

empire

Leadership

Rhetoric

critique

“timelessness”

“greatness”

Pragmatism + Idealism

Maturation

Education

Cultural Decay

“corporate” history


The orestia

The Orestia

Nostos

Kleos

The “double-bind”

Familial strife

“curse”

Marriage

Duty

  • Justice

  • Role of the Divine

  • The “primal”

  • Inheritance

  • Innocence

  • Revenge

  • Law


Oedipus

Oedipus

Prophecy

Identity

Knowledge

“plague”

Marriage

FateSelf-punishment

Guilt

Innocence

Leadership

Intelligence

Caution


Medea
Medea

  • Gender

  • Cunning

  • “Black” Arts

  • Intelligence

  • Exile

  • Rhetoric

  • Marriage

  • Oaths

  • Kleos

  • Parenthood

  • Revenge

  • Interior Conflict

  • “foreignness”

  • Innocence


The clouds

The Clouds

Rhetoric

Knowledge

Critique

The “everyday”

The Abstract

Tradition v. Innovation

The Divine

Humor, Satire, and Parody

Fairness


The apology

The Apology

Self-knowledge

Intelligence

Critique

Rhetoric

Education

Duty

Death

Legacy

Guilt

Punishment

The Divine


The symposium

The Symposium

Love

Knowledge

Education

Wisdom

Virtue

“forms”

Beauty

Discourse

Rhetoric

Desire

The “in-between”


Genesis

Genesis

Creation

Language

Knowledge

Innocence/Guilt

Sacrifice

Piety

“the chosen”

  • Justice

  • Geneaology

  • Mortality

  • The Nature of God

  • Identity

  • Interpretation

  • Deception

  • Crime & Punishment

  • Mercy


Job

Piety

“compensation”

“the adversary”

Epistemology

Justice

Suffering

Rhetoric

Justice

Critique

TraditionThe Divine


The new testament

The New Testament

The Afterlife

Parable

Miracles

Suffering

Sacrifice

Mercy

Symbols

Doubt/Belief

Prophecy

Innocence

Sin

Betrayal


The iliad1
The Iliad

  • Diomedes

  • Thersites

  • Andromache

  • Hecuba

  • Heiphastus

  • Thetis

  • Patroclus

  • Peleus

  • Hermes

  • Diomedes

  • Menelaus

  • Achilles

  • Hektor

  • Ajax

  • Paris

  • Helen

  • Apollo

  • Athene

  • Zeus

  • Phoinix

  • Agamemnon

  • Odysseus


The odyssey1
The Odyssey

  • Lauis

  • Polyphemous

  • Aelous

  • The Sirens

  • Poseidon

  • Circe

  • Kalypso

  • Ajax

  • Achilles

  • Eumaois

  • Menelaus

  • Helen

  • Charybdis

  • Lystrigones

  • Odysseus

  • Penelope

  • Athene

  • Telemachus

  • Nestor

  • Atinoos

  • Nausikaa

  • Arete

  • Alkinoos

  • Eurykleia

  • Proteus

  • Helios

  • Scylla

  • Mentor


Hymn to demeter1
Hymn to Demeter

  • Myteneira

  • Euleusis

  • Hermes

  • Demeter

  • Demophoon

  • Persephone

  • Helios

  • Hecate

  • Hades

  • Aidoneus

  • Zeus


The histories1
The Histories

  • Arion

  • Artabanus

  • Mardonius

  • Darius

  • Gyges

  • Candaleus

  • The Magi

  • Demaratus

  • Herodotus

  • Xerxes

  • Leonidas

  • Otanes

  • Diocles

  • Solon

  • Croesus

  • Cambyses


Thucydides1
Thucydides

  • Plateans

  • The Sicilians

  • Pericles

  • Alcibaides

  • Nicias

  • Diodotus

  • Cleon

  • The Melians

  • The Mytileneans

  • Archidamus


Oresteia
Oresteia

  • Apollo

  • Athene

  • The Furies

  • Agamemnon

  • Clytemnestra

  • Aegisthus

  • Messenger

  • Cassandra

  • “chorus”

  • Orestes

  • Elektra


Oedipus1
Oedipus

  • Jocasta

  • Oedipus

  • Creon

  • Tiresias

  • Chorus

  • Shepherd


Medea1
Medea

  • Medea

  • Jason

  • Nurse

  • Aegeus

  • Creon

  • Chorus


The clouds1
The Clouds

  • Strepsiades

  • Phedippides

  • Socrates

  • Inferior Argument

  • Superior Argument

  • The Clouds

  • Lenders

  • Parabisis


The symposium1
The Symposium

  • Alcibaides

  • Apollodorus

  • Glaukon

  • Pausanias

  • Phaedrus

  • Eryximachus

  • Agathon

  • Socrates

  • Diotima


Genesis1
Genesis

  • Esau

  • Sarah

  • Rachel

  • The Pharaoh

  • Lot

  • The Serpent

  • Adam

  • Eve

  • Cain

  • Noah

  • Abraham

  • Isaac

  • Jacob

  • Joseph


Job

  • God

  • The Adversary

  • Job

  • Elihu

  • Job’s Friends


The new testament1
The New Testament

  • Lazarus

  • Simon Peter

  • Judas Iscariot

  • The Pharisees

  • Thomas

  • Woman at the well

  • Good Samaritan

  • The “signs”

  • Gabriel

  • John the Baptist

  • Jesus

  • Pilate

  • Herod

  • Caiaphus

  • The “criminal”


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