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Aristotle's theory of tragedy in the "Poetics" fails to do justice to Euripides' artistic achievement in the Medea.

Aristotle's theory of tragedy in the "Poetics" fails to do justice to Euripides' artistic achievement in the Medea. Using Nietzsche's concepts of "master morality" and "slave morality," argue that Euripides is a "masterful" author and that Aristotle's approach to him is "slavish."
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2/11/2015 Aristotle's theory of tragedy in the "Poetics" fails to do justice to Euripides' artistic
achievement in the Medea. Using Nietzsche's concepts of "master...

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