Solon the Thinker: Political Thought in Archaic Athens
Duckworth, 2006 - 178 pagine
'Solon The Thinker' examines the political ideas in the fragments of Solon, poet & lawgiver of Athens, with an emphasis on the relationship between the individual men of Athens & the polis (city-state).
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psychic qualities and the polis
necessity dikê and the good
archaic logic and the organization of poem 4
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