The nature of water: Greek thought from Homer to Acusilaos.

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Greek philosophy finds its roots in the myth of Homer's and Hesiod's poems and especially in Orphism which introduced the concept of a soul separated from the body with an independent principle, psiche (soul), to be rewarded or punished after death. Orphism was an important step in Greek culture. It introduced the divine into man, the soul which does not… (More)

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@article{Santo2009TheNO, title={The nature of water: Greek thought from Homer to Acusilaos.}, author={Rosa Maria De Santo and Carmela Bisaccia and Massimo Cirillo and Rosa Maria Pollastro and Ilaria Raiola and Luca Salvatore De Santo}, journal={Journal of nephrology}, year={2009}, volume={22 Suppl 14}, pages={92-7} }