The Beginnings of European Theorizing--Reflexivity in the Archaic Age - Vol. 2

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NAME INDEX

a
Adkins, A.W.H. 84 , 101 , 113 , 136
Adorno, Theodor W. 99 , 206 , 213 , 314 n24
Aelius Aristides 57
Aeschylus xv , 9 , 49 , 105 , 124 , 152 , 176 -8, 189 , 193 , 202 -3, 204 , 232 , 255 , 267 , 273 , 274 , 336 n28
Aesop 166
Alcaeus of Lesbos 65 , 209 , 210 , 215 , 226 , 231 -3, 233 , 237 , 364 n1
Alcman 65 , 209 , 210 , 224 -5, 247 , 252 , 254 , 283 , 354 n2, 364 n1
Anacreon of Teos 209 , 210 , 244 -6, 364 n1
Anaxagoras (of Clazomenae) 301
Anaximander 41 , 45 , 185 , 198 , 381 n2
Anaximenes 198
Andrewes, A. 223 , 258
Apollodorus 11
Apollonius Rhodius 52
Archilochus 158 , 159 , 170 , 209 , 213 , 214 , 215 , 219 , 220 , 222 , 226 - 231 , 238 , 239, 242 , 247 , 258 , 271 , 364 n1
Aristarchus of Samothrace 57
Aristophanes 159 , 161 , 229 -30, 241 , 267 , 275, 280 , 374 n41, 375 -6n1
Aristotle xv , xvi , 1 , 4 , 7 , 18 , 26 , 34 , 35 , 36, 40 , 41 , 46 , 59 , 60 , 63 , 75 -6, 77 -8, 83, 86 , 91 , 92 , 101 , 113 , 186 -7, 189 , 190, 205 , 213 , 223 , 227 , 252 , 259 , 279 , 293, 297 , 300 , 301 , 330 , 331
Arnold, Matthew 325 n7
Athene, Athena, Pallas Athena 96 , 103 , 125, 127
and throughout chapter 2
d’Aubignac, François Hédelin 143
Auerbach, Erich 58 , 91 -2, 93 , 333 n19, 333 n20, 333 -4n22
Aulus Gellius 52 , 56 , 57 , 338 -9n37

b
Bacchylides 40 , 209 , 210 , 246 , 247 , 282 , 364 n1
Bakhtin, Mikhail M. 211 , 286 , 370 n16
Barnstone, Willis 224 , 225
Barthes, Roland 9 ,
Bataille, Georges 18 , 23
Baudelaire, Charles 242
Benjamin, Walter 12 , 14 , 100 , 163 , 323 n4
Bernal, M. 7
Bettelheim, Bruno 4 , 50 ,
Blegen, Carl W. 53 , 136
Bloch, Ernst 132
Bloom, Harold 147 -8
Boas, George 2
Boccaccio 52
Böhme, Jakob 185
Bowra, C.M. 6 , 145 -6, 210 , 211 -12, 224 , 365 -6n2
Braudel, Fernand xiv
Bremmer, Jan 100
Broch, Hermann 52 -3
Burke, Kenneth 25
Burkert, W. 7
Burnet, John xv , 162 , 194 -5

c
Callimachus 205
Callinus of Ephesus 209 , 220 , 222 , 231 , 234 , 364 n1
Campbell, Joseph 19 , 24 , 30
Carpenter, Rhys 74
Cassirer, Ernst 303 n3
Chadwick, John 136 , 340 -1n42
Chaucer, Geoffrey 52
Claus, D.B. 101
Collingwood, R.G.
Corax (Sicilian originator of rhetoric) 127
Cornford, Francis M. 18 , 25 , 195 -6

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abbreviations x
  • Introduction xiii
  • 1 - Mythopoiesis 1
  • 2 - Homeric Epic Reflexivity 47
  • 3 - Hesiod and the Birth of the Gods 160
  • 4 - Lyric Reflexivities 206
  • 5 - Pindar and the Age of Literary Consciousness 250
  • 6 - Orphism 278
  • Notes 302
  • Bibliography 386
  • Name Index 411
  • Subject Index 415
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