Psychological Activity in Homer : A Study of Phren

By: SULLIVAN, Shirley Darcus

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SULLIVAN, Shirley Darcus. Psychological Activity in Homer : A Study of Phren. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1988. First Paperback Printing. Pp. (7),viii-ix,(1),1-303,(7). 8vo, decorated blue card covers. "This study discusses psychological activity in Homer and the Homeric Hymns by focusing on a specific psychic term, 'phren'. In general this term designates an entityresponsible for psychological activity including thought, emotion and will . It also acts as a seat of a person's moral character. The study examines in particular the wide range of meaning of this term, seeking especially toclarify the relationship of a person to his or her phren. Broad questions on Homeric psychology are also treated." - from the rear cover. Contents: 1. Approaches to Homeric Psychology; 2. The Original meaning of Phren; 3. Phrenes within the Person; 4. Phrenes as Locatino, Instrument, Accompaniment;5. A Person Relates to Phrenes; 6. Phrenes as Object and Specific Location ; 7. Chief Features of Phren. Spine sunned to white, bottom edge sunned to pale blue, else very good. 35.00

Title: Psychological Activity in Homer : A Study of Phren

Author Name: SULLIVAN, Shirley Darcus

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Carleton University Press, Ottawa, 1988, ISBN:0886290775:

Seller ID: 102398

Keywords: LITERATURE CLASSICAL STUDIES CLASTU CLASSICS GREEK POETRY GREECE PSYCHOLOGY LITERARY CRITICISM SCHOLARLY,