Readership: For students and scholars interested in classical studies, Greek Literature, especially epic and tragedy, and ancient philosophy.
Marina Berzins McCoy, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Boston College
Marina McCoy is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Boston College.
1: Woundedness, narrative, and community in the Iliad
2: Oedipus and Theseus at the Crossroads
3: Pity as a Civic Virtue in Sophocles' Philoctetes
4: Wounding and wisdom in Plato s Gorgias
5: Eros, woundedness, and creativity in Plato s Symposium
6: Friendship and moral failure in Aristotle s Ethics
7: Tragedy, Katharsis, and Community in Aristotle s Poetics
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