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[Reading] ➸ Paideia Author Werner Wilhelm Jaeger – Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk Werner Jaeger's classic three volume work originally published in 1939 is now available in paperback Paideia the shaping of Greek character through a union of civilization tradition literature and phiReading Paideia Author Werner Wilhelm Jaeger Cutabovebarberagencycouk Werner Jaeger's classic three volume work originally published in 1939 is now available in paperback Paideia the shaping of Greek character through a union of civilization tradition literature and phi Werner Jaeger's classic three volume work originally published in is now available in

Paperback Paideia the shaping of Greek character through a union of civilization tradition literature and philosophy is the basis for Jaeger's evaluation of Hellenic cultureVolume I describes the foundation growth and crisis of Greek culture during the archaic and classical epochs ending with the collapse of the Athenian empire The second and third volumes of the work deal wit

paideia book Paideia eBookPaperback Paideia the shaping of Greek character through a union of civilization tradition literature and philosophy is the basis for Jaeger's evaluation of Hellenic cultureVolume I describes the foundation growth and crisis of Greek culture during the archaic and classical epochs ending with the collapse of the Athenian empire The second and third volumes of the work deal wit

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  • max

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookThis is an impressive work by a profoundly learned philologist who received his classical training where else in Germany It is uite readable and offers a wealth of insight into the educative purposes that classical Greek literature held for the Greeks themselves He is especially good on the meaning of Homer and the manner in which his poetry permeated Greek society to a degree that we can hard


  • Seward Park Branch Library, NYPL

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookThe first volume of 'Paideia The Ideals of Greek Culture' focuses on Archaic Greece and 'The Mind of Athens'—in this volume Werner Jaeger traces the Greek art forms and their cultural and political implications from Epic to Lyric to Tragic character of the Fifth century BC From the Aristocratic ideals of Homer to the noble peasant ideals of Hesiod's 'Works and Days' from the blood nobility of Pindar to the Intellectual nobility of Plato Jaeger's dense survey of the first few hundred years of Greek Literature certainly seems exhaustive—as this is my first attempt at so large and broad a work on the topic of Ancient Greek thought I cannot say whether any other work is comparable to it but if one does exist it must be mighty goodJaeger at no point expresses an outright distaste for any one poet though you get the feeling of where his preferences lie For instance I think it's safe to say his preference for the extollation of aristocratic virtues as seen in Pindar over the paranoid


  • Paul

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookAn impassioned authoritative and in depth account of how the character shaping ideas of education and culture developed in ancient Greece and how the civilization's first educators were its poetsI forget how I first got to hear about this book Probably it was offered by the recommendation engine on Goodreads or on I was already acuainted with the Greek word paideia from reading the works of Mortimer J Adler the driving force behind the Britannica Great Books of the Western World Adler himself had written a book with that word in the title The Paideia Proposal An Educational ManifestoThe Paideia Proposal An Educational Manifesto Published


  • Tommy Johnson

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookFantastic Clearly dated in some respects but insightful and relevant when it comes to the concept of the Paideia and the value of studying Greece for our own sake As far as history goes this is as engaging of an academic work that I've read which is fitting since it is all about the importance of education and ideas for everyone Jaeger really captures the paradoxes and contradictions of the Greek lived experience and gives full life to the tensions between the Dionysian and Apollonian cults the two most prevalent in Greece Ancient Greek city states which marveled at the life of foreigners and wilderness hunter gatherers all the same were repulsed by the foreigner within their walls Greek education aimed at bringing the bes


  • Dominic Geraghty

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookInspiring book about the mindset of Athenians in archaic Greece a book to go back to again and again Plus there are two follow on volumes


  • Jorge Rodighiero

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookThe perfect book for understanding greek culture especially areté


  • Andrew Fairweather

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookThe first volume of 'Paideia The Ideals of Greek Culture' focuses on Archaic Greece and 'The Mind of Athens'—in this volume Werner Jaeger traces the Greek art forms and their cultural and political implications from Epic to Lyric to Tragic character of the Fifth century BC From the Aristocratic ideals of Homer to the noble peasant ideals of Hesiod's 'Works and Days' from the blood nobility of Pindar to the Intellectual nobility of Plato Jaeger's dense survey of the first few hundred years of Greek Literature certainly seems exhaustive—as this is my first attempt at so large and broad a work on the topic of Ancient Greek thought I cannot say whether any other work is comparable to it but if one does exist it must be mighty goodJaeger at no point expresses an outright distaste for any


  • John

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookI can't recommend it enough I couldn't swallow the other parts but the first is than enough for me for it makes an unforgettable view on the pre platonic Greeks and their relation to western culture as a whole Now I am always left wondering why nobody talks about Solon or why what people call presocratic philosophers seems to leave out so much of the greek spirit and thus miss the point


  • Laura

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookMuy altos los ideales de la educación ue guian como modelo a las demás culturas subsiguientesTomados de la agrucultura los principios de la educación se aplican a los seres humanoscultivarse es posibleDesde Sócrates a Platón la revision de los perfiles esperados en los hombres son bien explicados por Jaeger


  • Güis Guerrero-Enterría

    Paperback✓ Paideia Kindle ç paideia book, Paideia eBookAui solo esta referenciado el primer volumen son tres Magnifica y preciosa historia de la Grecia clásica y sus instituciones educativas Las preguntas pedagógicas por supuesto siguen siendo validas en un mundo donde la formación en muchos aspectos se devalua por minutos


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