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Home Browse Books Book details, Greek Ethical Thought from Homer to the Stoics. Greek Ethical Thought from Homer to the Stoics. We are accustomed to think of the ethical ideas of the Greeks as determined by a standpoint which can be definitely contrasted with the modern. It is thought to involve a different attitude to life and death, the questions of man's relation to the world, the meaning of duty, if not the meaning of good.
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Are you sure you want to remove Greek ethical thought from Homer to the Stoics from your list? Greek ethical thought from Homer to the Stoics. Published 1925 by J. M. Dent & Sons, lt. E. P. Dutton & Co. in London & Toronto, New York. A compilation of extracts from Greek authors. The library of Greek thought.
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Hilda Diana Oakeley (12 October 1867 – 7 October 1950) was a British philosopher, educationalist and author. Hilda Oakeley was born in 1867 in Durham, UK. She was from a privileged upper-middle-class background
Hilda Diana Oakeley (12 October 1867 – 7 October 1950) was a British philosopher, educationalist and author. She was from a privileged upper-middle-class background. Her father, Sir Evelyn Oakeley was a member of a Shropshire gentry family. He and his wife Caroline (née Turner) had five children. In 1878 her father was promoted and the family moved to Manchester. Hilda attended the private Ellerslie Ladies' College
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