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The Greek Way Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

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Topics for Discussion

What are the most enduring characteristics of Greek tragedy?

How did the Peloponnesian War change the mood and the thinking of the Athenians?

What are the particular merits of the method of the Platonic dialogues?

What are the major differences between the Eastern and the Western world views?

What difference does one's sense of perspective make on the way one answers questions of human meaning?

Why did tragedy speak so compellingly to the mind and soul of the fifth century Athenians?

How did the Old Comedy address the human condition?

Is Hamilton's characterization of the eternal contributions of Athenian culture in the fifth century correct? If not, what are its flaws?

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