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4-15-11 - Believable lies.the plain truth Prometheus In the...

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Believable lies .... the plain truth
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Prometheus In the traditional interpretation: - Innocent and yet convicted prisoner - Assimilated to Christ - Punished savior of humanity - His punishment is a blot on Zeus' record - A role model? Or at least a sympathetic character
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Prometheus Re-Interpreted The Sacrifice (T.540) - What actually happens? - What did Zeus want? The Fire (T.570) - What are the consequences? - What did Zeus want? The Woman (T.595) - What are her characteristics? - What does Zeus hopes will result?
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Eris The human condition - Good Eris (strife) Competition Peer pressure Hard but fruitful work i.e. what we need to survive - Bad Eris War and fighting Lawsuits and greed Corruption and bribery
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Pandora All women are a curse that makes the lives of men miserable Seductive, attractive, greedy and force men to work Pandora's jar—disease, sickness, death, unpleasantness Only Hope left inside—our one consolation
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Pandora On the other hand: A very
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