The Greeks and Their Gods

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Beacon Press, 1950 - Philosophy - 388 pages
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The primary aim of this book is to serve as a kind of religious companion to the Greek classics. It does not so much set out to interest specialists as to be useful to those who enjoy Greek literature, whether original or in translation, and have made the inevitable discovery that almost every branch of it is permeated by religion.
  

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Contents

CHAP
15
A Central ProBlem
113
The ContriBution of Ionia
128
VIII
205
CHAP PAGE
217
Hopes and Fears of the Ordinary
254
The Orphics
307
Plato and Aristotle
333
Index
375
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