Them: Lecture 8: Greek Thought: Socrates, Plato and Aristotle

Lecture 8 Greek Thought: Socrates, Plato and Aristotle: The political and social upheaval caused by the Persian Wars as well as continued strife between Athens and.

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GREEK AND ROMAN COMEDY - TheatreHistory.com THREE of the most important phases of Greek tragedy are preserved for us in the extant dramas of Aeschylus, of Sophocles, and of Euripides. Other tragic writers there.

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