Ancient genre of tragedy as a public «school»
Review of the book by Panos Eliopoulos and Christopher Vasillopulos Interpreting Euripides's Medea by Aristotelian and Nietzschean Perspectives
Keywords:Panos Eliopoulos, Christopher Vasillopoulos, “Interpreting Euripides's Medea by Aristotelian and Nietzschean Perspectives”, ancient tragedy, ancient philosophy of education
Review of a new monograph by contemporary Greek philosophers Panos Eliopoulos and Christopher Vasilopoulos (Eliopoulos, P., & Vasillopulos C. (2021) Interpreting Euripides's Medea from Aristotelian and Nietzschean Perspectives. Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press. 530 p.). The relevance of scientific research is highlighted and the key concepts and ideas on which scientists focus in the reviewed book are highlighted.
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