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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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