HUM 1 Lecture - HUM 1 Lecture 3/4/08 FINAL: 3 parts short...

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HUM 1 Lecture 3/4/08 FINAL: 3 parts short answers short essays each section 1 hour then essay on study guide bring at least 2 blue books Hippolytus, playwright Euripides -use of dialogue -we have second version, first version regarded as blasphemous -made his characters more natural -focus a lot of time on internal focus of characters -very deeply interested in developing ideas and arguments, how they are made: rhetoric -opening: 2 goddess represent to parental: love passion (Aphrodite) and reason virginity chastity (Artemis) -devote of Aphrodite's rival-> Hippolytus is dedicated to Artemis, part of the hunt -to be worthy of being Artemis' devote, Hippolytus keeps his chastity -Hippo also spends all his time with men, and he hate women -trader of horses as well, all about undomesticated odd -human being (unarmed) aren't hunters, they are the hunted -IRONY: can recognize that. . -interaction of men and women is irrational, consequence of chastity -product of Theseus and an amazon woman (female society all virgins), Hippo is a product of a violation of virginity, build in/internal contradiction -reason dries out love, shouldn't we honor all the gods thus pay attention to all, Hippo says no NOT Aphrodite -Aphrodite going to seek revenge of his hatred to here -old man tells HIppo to go groom the horses, horses connected to Artemis (a tammer of horses) but Aphrodite also
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course HUMANITIES 1 taught by Professor Chodorow during the Winter '07 term at UCSD.

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HUM 1 Lecture - HUM 1 Lecture 3/4/08 FINAL: 3 parts short...

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