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Unformatted text preview: F. Orestes Murders his Mother G. Issue of Responsibility H. Orestes Flight into Madness VI. The Oreseteia The Euminides A. Holy Places B. The state of Orestes Soul C. Quarrel Between the Gods D. Athenas Task E. The Furies F. The Areopagus G. The Trial of Orestes H. Quieting the Furies I. The Resolution J. Fear Internalized Guilt, Socialization, Household, Conscience, Fear of Punishment K. Reason Persuasion, Tolerance, Proportionality Righteousness/Justice VII. Summary and Conclusions A. Suffering and the Human Condition Guilt, Hubris, Family B. Optimism Out of savagery can come Harmony C. Harmony of Psyche, City, Cosmos D. Victory over Barbarism always Contingent hubris and self-control E. Intimations of Democracy F. New Order: Balance Reason and Fear G. Celebration of Victory of Civilization H. Rite of Passage Self-Knowledge...
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