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fears and questions about existence.

en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Plato

Some things I have said of which I am not altogether confident. ..... We can easily forgive a child who is afraid of the dark; the real tragedy of life is when ... But more important than whether humanity's collective knowledge about Plato, ... a previous state of existence (antedating Athens) had obtained the clearest glimpses of ...

press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/distributed/E/bo20848926.html

A Critical Analysis of Humanity's Fundamental Choices, Saral Sarkar is ... This major synoptic work explores some of the most important questions facing ...

catalog.yale.edu/ycps/subjects-of-instruction/humanities

... 129, Tragedy in the European Literary Tradition, or CLCV 256, Ancient Athenian ... allowing each class of students to explore the themes in different ways.

sillagescritiques.revues.org/4413

Whereas the sole lion on the tragic stage of the metaplay is laughable, the comedy of ... This paper aims to explore some of Shakespeare's strategies—of their time or ahead ... During the four young Athenians' love imbroglio by night in the wood (a ... 7The Elizabethan vision of humanity as different only in degree, and not in ...

journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2015.00404/pdf

Jul 24, 2015 ... The Athenian philosophers of the Pre-Christian era were the first to .... between sad music and affective response by exploring the ... The fundamental disagreement concerns whether or .... thus help uncover some of the processes related to the tragedy ..... Viewing the tragedy paradox in terms of humanity's.

novaonline.nvcc.edu/eli/spd130et/ancientgreek.htm

Nov 16, 2007 ... 45 plays extant total 32 tragedies, 12 comedies, 1 satyr play (satirical parody- short). From the 4th century B.C., there are some lengthy extant fragments of ... A strong concern for humanity - the founders of philosophy came from this period ... Athens had four festivals worshipping Dionysus -- (Bacchus in.

comptalk.fiu.edu/aristotle.htm

Thus Aristotle distinguishes between tragedy and comedy essentially on the basis of ... In the Metaphysics Aristotle describes this impulse as humanity's " desire to know," ... These basic stipulations are that mimesis is fundamental to our nature as ... the required hamartia must be some kind of intellectual mistake that cannot ...

www.birmingham.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/history/amh-modules-final-year.aspx

Some students elect to research an area to which they have already been .... From the judgement of Paris, it catalyses great stories of heroism and tragedy. ... in it the key to humanity's troubled journey through the darkest and brightest hours of ... This module explores representations of love and the power of love in Greek ...

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At this stage of the discussion it is only fair to provide some form of ..... The games also motivate the player to explore thoroughly the environment. ... GOW follows in the same footsteps of Greek tragic myths in the sense that it ... The passage of the mythological hero maybe over ground, incidentally; fundamentally it is ...