march 17 - Karina Santana March 17, 2010 Classical Culture...

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Karina Santana March 17, 2010 Classical Culture CC1.1: Lecture Class Outline for today’s class 1. Plato’s Crito and Phaedo 2. History of Greece 8: Greece after the Peloponnesian war 3. History of Greece 9: Alexander the great 4. The Hellenistic world and Greek culture Review: The trial of Socrates I. Plato’s Crito and Phaedo a. The Crito a.i. 30 days after the trial a.ii. The escape plan a.iii. Socrates’ response: a.iii.1. Is this unjust? a.iii.2. Is it wrong to do wrong? a.iii.3. What would the Athenian laws say? a.iii.3.a. Persuade or obey a.iii.4. Would we harm the laws by leaving? b. The Phaedo : “ if one has lived an ethical life, death is not to be feared”. II. Greece after the Peloponnesian war
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a. Power Vacuum a.i. Filled by Thebes a.ii. Rise of Leagues b. Rise of Macedon b.i. Philip II (360-336 B.C.)- He goes to the city of Thebes where he learned Greek culture. Upon arrival he wants to bring the Greek traditions into the Macedonian culture. He brings back the Warfare
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