The Greeks and the Irrational, Volume 25

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University of California Press, 1966 - Philosophy - 327 pages
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I suggest everyone should read chapter 2 on shame- versus guilt-culture, as well as the excellent concluding chapter "Fear of Freedom." In the last chapter, Dodds asks how it's possible for a ... Read full review

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I suggest everyone should read chapter 2 on shame- versus guilt-culture, as well as the excellent concluding chapter "Fear of Freedom." In the last chapter, Dodds asks how it's possible for a ... Read full review

Contents

Agamemnons Apology i
7
From ShameCulture to GuiltCulture
28
The Blessings of Madness
64
DreamPattern and CulturePattern
102
The Greek Shamans and the Origin
135
Rationalism and Reaction in
179
Plato the Irrational Soul and
207
The Fear of Freedom
236
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