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The Psychopathology Of Everyday Athens: Euripides On The Freudian Couch, Brendan C. Chisholm 2013 Xavier University - Cincinnati

The Psychopathology Of Everyday Athens: Euripides On The Freudian Couch, Brendan C. Chisholm

Honors Bachelor of Arts

Freud’s theories suggest that authors often describe aspects of their own self-image, or their interpretation of the people around them, in individual characters or themes. Using this idea, I will perform a psychological study of characters and themes in four of Euripides’ plays, the Medea, Bacchae, Hecuba, and Trojan Women, then apply Freud’s Dream Work theory to conclusions about the plays in an effort to open a window into the psychology of Euripides himself.


Lift, Eat, Compete: Athletics In Ancient Greece And Modern America, Jensen Grey Kolaczko 2013 Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH

Lift, Eat, Compete: Athletics In Ancient Greece And Modern America, Jensen Grey Kolaczko

Honors Bachelor of Arts

No abstract provided.


Ovid's Insight Into The Minds Of Abandoned Women, Rachel A. Bier 2013 Xavier University - Cincinnati

Ovid's Insight Into The Minds Of Abandoned Women, Rachel A. Bier

Honors Bachelor of Arts

Mythical heroines, such as Penelope of the Odyssey, often took minor roles in literature, ones in which their characters' complexities were not addressed. Ovid revived the heroines of tradition and gave them voices which expressed realistic feelings and thoughts in his Heriodes. In these fictional letters to absent lovers, Ovid creates realistic characters, each of whom reacts to her abandonment with an insightful feminine voice. By examining the heriones' voice and the ways in which the Heriodes differs from the literary tradition, and by considering the effects of the epistolary genre on the characters' voices, I argue that Ovid managed ...


“Human Relations Movement In View Of Interpersonal Relations With Emphasis On Mayo’S Work”, Ratnesh Dwivedi 2013 India Today Group

“Human Relations Movement In View Of Interpersonal Relations With Emphasis On Mayo’S Work”, Ratnesh Dwivedi

Ratnesh Dwivedi

Human relations movement refers to the researchers of organizational development who study the behavior of people in groups, in particular workplace groups. It originated in the 1930s' Hawthorne studies, which examined the effects of social relations, motivation and employee satisfaction on factory productivity. The movement viewed workers in terms of their psychology and fit with companies, rather than as interchangeable parts, and it resulted in the creation of the discipline of human resource management. An interpersonal relationship is an association between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring. This association may be based on ...


Sagp Newsletter 2012/13.3 Pac, Anthony Preus 2013 Binghamton University

Sagp Newsletter 2012/13.3 Pac, Anthony Preus

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Augustine And John Paul Ii On The Goods Of Marriage: Proles, Fides, Et Sacramentum, Thomas Richard Finke 2013 Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH

Augustine And John Paul Ii On The Goods Of Marriage: Proles, Fides, Et Sacramentum, Thomas Richard Finke

Honors Bachelor of Arts

As an example of the way in which the Church consistently presents her teachings on marriage, I intend to demonstrate the consistency between the writings of St. Augustine and John Paul II. Though they write in very different times socially and philosophically, their presentations on the good of marriage remain consistent in their conclusions. The framework for this presentation will be the three goods of marriage as defined by Augustine: procreation, fidelity, and the sacrament. Augustine defined these goods in his De bono coniugali, and John Paul II contains them in his writings: Familiaris Consortio, Mulieris Dignitatem, Love and Responsibility ...


Sagp Newsletter 2012/13.2 Central, Anthony Preus 2013 Binghamton University

Sagp Newsletter 2012/13.2 Central, Anthony Preus

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Democracy In Transition: Political Participation In The European Union, Kyriakos Demetriou 2013 University of Cyprus

Democracy In Transition: Political Participation In The European Union, Kyriakos Demetriou

Kyriakos N. Demetriou

The essays in this collection, written by a cross-regional group of experts, provide illuminating insights into the causes of declining levels of citizen participation and other distinct forms of civic activism in Europe and explore a range of factors contributing to apathy and eventually disengagement from vital political processes and institutions. At the same time, this volume examines informal or unconventional types of civic engagement and political participation corresponding to the rapid advances in culture, technology and social networking. The contents of this volume are divided into three essentially interrelated parts. Part I consists of critical essays in the form ...


Collections Containing Articles On Presocratic Philosophy, Richard D. McKirahan 2013 Pomona College

Collections Containing Articles On Presocratic Philosophy, Richard D. Mckirahan

Pomona Faculty Publications and Research

This catalogue is divided into two parts. Part 1 (pages 1-5) presents basic bibliographical information on books and journal issues that consist exclusively or in large part in papers devoted to the Presocratics and the Sophists. Part 2 (pages 6-42) lists the papers on Presocratic and Sophistic topics found in the volumes, providing name of author, title, and page numbers, and in the case of reprinted papers, the year of original publication. In some cases Part 2 lists the complete contents of volumes, not only the Presocratic and Sophistic-related papers.

Annual updates are submitted as additional files below.


The Exploration Of Nationalism In The Works Of Livy And Jacques-Louis David, Kelly M. Bunting 2013 Xavier University - Cincinnati

The Exploration Of Nationalism In The Works Of Livy And Jacques-Louis David, Kelly M. Bunting

Honors Bachelor of Arts

The concept of nationalism is one that occupies a prevalent position in many ancient and modern works. Manifestations of such “valuation of the nation-state above all else” in art is often a natural consequence of a patriotic artist’s work. Art provides on opportunity for the artist to express feelings, to educate their audience, and to further their own political agendas. Two such artists that took advantage of the widespread capabilities and audience of art are Titus Livius and Jacques-Louis David. These men recognized the ability of art to inspire passion and to reach the masses, and they used it ...


To The Jew First: A Socio-Historical And Biblical-Theological Analysis Of The Pauline Teaching Of `Election' In Light Of Second Temple Jewish Patterns Of Thought, Anthony Thornhill 2012 Liberty University

To The Jew First: A Socio-Historical And Biblical-Theological Analysis Of The Pauline Teaching Of `Election' In Light Of Second Temple Jewish Patterns Of Thought, Anthony Thornhill

A. Chadwick Thornhill

Paul's "doctrine" of election has remained a controversial and enigmatic topic for centuries. Few studies, however, have approached Paul's doctrine through the context of Second Temple Judaism. This study examines Paul's view of election through the lens of Second Temple Jewish texts written prior to 70 CE. In doing so, it is argued that the best framework through which to view Paul's discussion of election is through a primarily corporate model of election. While such a model is rooted in Judaism, Paul departs from his Jewish contemporaries in arguing that the locus of election is in ...


The Confucian Philosophy Of Harmony, Chenyang Li 2012 Nanyang Technological University

The Confucian Philosophy Of Harmony, Chenyang Li

Chenyang Li

No abstract provided.


Cultural Configurations Of Values, Chenyang Li 2012 Nanyang Technological University

Cultural Configurations Of Values, Chenyang Li

Chenyang Li

No abstract provided.


International Terrorism And Television Channels:Operation And Regulation Of Tv News Channel During Coverage Of Terrorism, Ratnesh Dwivedi Mr 2012 India Today Group

International Terrorism And Television Channels:Operation And Regulation Of Tv News Channel During Coverage Of Terrorism, Ratnesh Dwivedi Mr

Ratnesh Dwivedi

The concept of globalization or internationalization of certain wars, which were result of terrorist activities worldwide , as well as the high attention of terrorism coverage broadcast worldwide might open up better opportunities to journalists – particularly to those who work in democratic countries like U.S.A and India – to improve their coverage. The context is the key: the context of the operation methodology, follow of guidelines of regulatory bodies,and of the journalistic culture and of the global environment. It is very important how media presents consequences of terrorist acts, how information is transmitted to public. Television and press have ...


Sagp Newsletter 2012/13.1 East Philol, Anthony Preus 2012 Binghamton University

Sagp Newsletter 2012/13.1 East Philol, Anthony Preus

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

No abstract provided.


The Hellenistic Ideal Of The Good Or Virtuous Life., Bernadette Monaco 2012 East Tennessee State University

The Hellenistic Ideal Of The Good Or Virtuous Life., Bernadette Monaco

Undergraduate Honors Theses

This paper explores the Hellenistic Ideal of the good or virtous life by looking at historical backround, the philosophical writings of Plato and Aristotle, and the literary works of Euripides.


Freedom Of Media In India: A Weapon To Kill Enemies Or Protection Guard For Public-The Two Sides, Ratnesh Dwivedi 2012 India Today Group

Freedom Of Media In India: A Weapon To Kill Enemies Or Protection Guard For Public-The Two Sides, Ratnesh Dwivedi

Ratnesh Dwivedi

"The press [is] the only tocsin of a nation. [When it] is completely silenced... all means of a general effort [are] taken away." --Thomas Jefferson "Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression" is a fundamental right of the citizens of India. This is mentioned in Part III of the Constitution of India - Article 19(1). This Article is so wide in scope that Freedom of the Press is included in Freedom of Speech and Expression. It includes the right of free propagation and free circulation without any previous restraint on publication. The freedom of speech and expression does not give ...


Greek Bronze: Holding A Mirror To Life, Expanded Reprint From The Irish Philosophical Yearbook 2006: In Memoriam John J. Cleary 1949-2009, Babette Babich 2012 Fordham University

Greek Bronze: Holding A Mirror To Life, Expanded Reprint From The Irish Philosophical Yearbook 2006: In Memoriam John J. Cleary 1949-2009, Babette Babich

Babette Babich

To explore the ethical and political role of life-sized bronzes in ancient Greece, as Pliny and others report between 3,000 and 73,000 such statues in a city like Rhodes, this article asks what these bronzes looked like. Using the resources of hermeneutic phenomenological reflection, as well as a review of the nature of bronze and casting techniques, it is argued that the ancient Greeks encountered such statues as images of themselves in agonistic tension in dynamic and political fashion. The Greek saw, and at the same time felt himself regarded by, the statue not as he believed the ...


Mousike Techne: The Philosophical Practice Of Music In Plato, Nietzsche, And Heidegger, Babette Babich 2012 Fordham University

Mousike Techne: The Philosophical Practice Of Music In Plato, Nietzsche, And Heidegger, Babette Babich

Babette Babich

After retracing the breadth of the definition of music in antiquity to the end of justifying the sense in which one may speak of 'the music of philosophy' as Plato's Socrates does, this essay re-reads the Platonic distinction between philosophy as the highest kind of music and performative, as heard or played sung music as a lower form. It then turns to an exploration of Nietzsche's writing style conceived on a muscial model precisely qua aphoristic and concludes with a review of Heidegger's thought as musically composed or adumbrated.


Confucian Influences On Popular Values In China And Taiwan, Lukas Danner 2012 Florida International University

Confucian Influences On Popular Values In China And Taiwan, Lukas Danner

Lukas K. Danner

No abstract provided.


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