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Fresh Honors

by: Cole Deckow

Fresh Honors GTBOOKS 191

Cole Deckow
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Brendan Goff

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Cole Deckow on Thursday October 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to GTBOOKS 191 at University of Michigan taught by Brendan Goff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see /class/231561/gtbooks-191-university-of-michigan in OTHER at University of Michigan.


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Date Created: 10/29/15
Discussion Thucydides and Hippolytus 11182009 62000 PM Mylene Revolt o Mytilene is the colony to Athens 9 progression from allies o The debate over it o Cleon use force to make it an example 9 the nature of empire Force must be seen and used 9 set an example of Athenian power 0 Diodotus we cannot base our empire on fear and force 9 what kind of nation are we if we do that Beware of haste and passion We do not want to alienate the people 9 the power of making an example will not work the will be an increasingly constant use of force 0 They had at first decided to destroy Mytilenia but AFTER THE DEBATE they changed their minds and reason won out AAAAAAAAAAAAnd onto Euripides o How does Hippolytus define his purity 0 Virgin pure He spurns marriage and sex for others as well as for himself 0 Favors Artemis 9 because he is so favors Artemis he has to inevitably disfavor Aphrodite o Nurse s Motives o Wants to help Phaedra 9 needs her to fess up 0 Note she is a lowly character who also is an important character 9 what does this say about her o Phaedra s Motives o Wants to keep silent 9 if she reveals her love of her son her husband s name is ruined Speech is very important Passion disease 11182009 62000 PM


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