Psyche. The Cult of Souls and Belief in Immortality among the Greeks

  title={Psyche. The Cult of Souls and Belief in Immortality among the Greeks},
  author={Charles Merriam Knapp and Erwin Rohde and W. B. Hillis}

Horror in Euripides' Hecuba and Heracles

The Ordeals of Homeric Song

I n a recently published work, 1 Richard Seaford has offered one of the most ambitious efforts yet to address the social and ritual contexts of the Homeric epics and to interpret the cultural

Parmenides ' Epistemology and the Two Parts of his Poem

This paper pursues a new approach to the problem of the relation between Aletheia and Doxa. It investigates as interrelated matters Parmenides' impetus for developing and including Doxa, his

Delphi and Beyond: An Examination into the Role of Oracular Centres Within Mainland Gr ee ce

The Delphic Oracle stands as one of the most prestigious sanctuaries in the Greek landscape and certainly as the most reputable oracular centre in the region. In contrast, few other oracular centres

Homer Redivivus? Rethinking the Transmigration of the Soul in Ennius's Annals

Abstract:This paper reconsiders certain assumptions about Ennius's dream in the Annals. I argue that Ennius likely characterized transmigration as Pythagorean; that based on comparisons with

Immortality of the Soul in Ecclesiastes and Akan traditional Thought: A Comparative Analysis from an African Christian Theological Perspective

  • John Kwasi Fosu
  • Philosophy
    E-Journal of Religious and Theological Studies
  • 2021
This article surveys the immortality of the soul in Ecclesiastes and Akan traditional thought from an African Christian theological perspective.Using comparative analysis, it argues that there is a

New Trends in Homeric Scholarship. Homer’s Name, Underworld and Lyric Voice

This paper hosts three case-studies that are meant to be representative of paradigm-shifting trends in Homeric Studies and to cater to specialists and non-specialists alike. Boosted by new

Historical epistemology of the body-mind interaction in psychiatry

  • G. Berríos
  • Psychology
    Dialogues in clinical neuroscience
  • 2018
The epistemology of the neurosciences bypasses the conundrum, as it processes all together the variables representing the brain, subjectivity, and behavior and bridges the “philosophical” gap by means of correlational structures.

The Social Significance of the Sacralized Body in The Epistle to The Romans: Pauline Subversion of Cultural Constructions of Human Worth

The hierarchical stratification of Greco-Roman culture emphasized corporeal features as integral to maintaining social status. The elite body was protected from physical and sexual assault; the