3 edition of Eight decisive books of antiquity. found in the catalog.
Eight decisive books of antiquity.
Frederick Russell Hoare
|LC Classifications||PN621 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 247 p.|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||52008380|
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Provocative, unconventional and not always flattering, "Eight Decisive Books of Antiquity" surveys ancient history for the development of crucial ideas which shaped the societies that produced them. The laws of Hammurabi and the first bourgeois stateThe Book of the deadThe Torah, or the books of MosesThe epics of HomerThe laws of Manu and the Indian caste systemThe sayings of ConfuciusPlato's RepublicAristotle's Politics.
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Item ID. Contents: The laws of Hammurabi and the first bourgeois state -- The book of the dead -- The Torah or The books of Moses -- The epics of Homer -- The laws of Manu and the Indian caste system -- The sayings of Confucius -- Plato's Republic -- Aristotle's Politics.
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