5 edition of Plato"s rhapsody and Homer"s music found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -114. - Includes index.
|Statement||by Gregory Nagy.|
|Series||Hellenic studies -- 1|
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Homer vs. Plato The theme of life and death in Homer’s writing (namely The Odyssey) and Plato’s writing are both very prevalent, yet they both differ dramatically. While Homer has a more heroic viewpoint of what it means to live a life of honor and to die with honor, Plato takes a more realistic viewpoint of life and death. Each has their own unique definition and interpretations of death. Socrates is on trial for his life. He is charged with impiety and corrupting young people. He presents his own defense, explaining why he has devoted his life to challenging the most powerful and important people in the Greek world. The reason is that rich and famous politicians, priests, poets, and a host of others pretend to know what is good, true, holy, and beautiful, but when Socrates.
An essay or paper on Homer and Plato. An examination of Plato. An examination of PlatoÆs Meno and HomerÆs The Iliad demonstrates a clash of values and ideas between Plato and Homer. Book 3 is a prelude to B whole Republic can be seen as a journey through Socrates' stream of consciousness, now that he has these theories he can more thoroughly condemn poetry, for its form as well as its content. - In Book 3 imitation was done by the one reciting the poetry, in Book 10 imitation is done by the poet.
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The festival of the Panathenaia, held in Athens every summer to celebrate the birthday of the city's goddess, Athena, was the setting for performances of the Homeric Iliad and Odyssey by professional reciters or "rhapsodes." The works of Plato are our main surviving source of information about these : Gregory Nagy.
Plato's Rhapsody and Homer's Music: The Poetics of the Panathenaic Festival in Classical Athens (Hellenic Studies Series) Paperback – Decem by Gregory Nagy (Author) › Visit Amazon's Gregory Nagy Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: Gregory Nagy, Plato's Rhapsody and Homer's Music Introduction, pp.3–8 1. Homer and Plato at the Panathenaia, pp.9–35 2. Epic as Music: Rhapsodic Models of Homer in Plato's Timaeus and Critias, pp–69 3. Humnos in Homer and Plato: Weaving the Robe of the Goddess, pp–98 Appendix.
Abstract: The festival of the Panathenaia, held in Athens every summer to celebrate the birthday of the city’s goddess, Athena, was the setting for performances of the Homeric Iliad and Odyssey by professional reciters or “rhapsodes.” The works of Plato are our main surviving source of information about these performances.
Get this from a library. Plato's rhapsody and Homer's music: the poetics of the Panathenaic Festival in classical Athens. [Gregory Nagy] -- "This book examines the overall testimony of Plato as an expert - albeit a hostile one - about the cultural legacy of Homeric performances at the Panathenaia.
Plato's fine-tuned ear for language. Plato's rhapsody and Homer's music. Washington, D.C.: Center for Hellenic Studies: Trustees for Harvard University ; a Athens, Greece: Foundation of the Hellenic World ; Platos rhapsody and Homers music book, Mass.: Distributed by Harvard University Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person.
Homer’s The Iliad, written over years B.C. is the much dramatized story of the Trojan poem is considered an “epic” and to the ancient Greeks, it was considered the story of the people. Homer’s work resonated so much with the Greeks that they based their lifestyles, their priorities and even their philosophies off of it; ancient Greece was crafted by Homer.
Here is a compressed summary of my relevant argumentation in Plato’s Rhapsody and Homer’s Music, organized by way of listing ten examples of rhapsodic technical language as brought to life in the Platonic dialogue Ion, where Socrates compares notes, as it were, with a professional rhapsode named Ion (PR 25–32): 1.
This extract is from The Republic by Plato, Book III (). Then now, my friend, I said, that part of music or literary education which relates to the story or myth may be considered to be finished; for the matter and manner have both been discussed. I think so too, he said. Next in order.
Homer has books on Goodreads with ratings. Homer’s most popular book is The Odyssey. Chapter Three. Homer the Classic in the Age of Plato 3ⓢ1.
The Koine of Homer as a model of stability. 3§1 The Koine of Homer, as approximated by the base text of Aristarchus in the second century BCE, was more rigid and less fluid than the Homerus Auctus, as approximated by the base text of Zenodotus in the age of Callimachus in the third century BCE.
| By Gregory Nagy In the light of new research published on the technologies of fabric work in premodern societies, I have been rethinking my formulations about traditional metaphors that were used in ancient Greek verbal arts for the original purpose of comparing these arts to the arts of weaving and sewing.
Music is part of us, and either ennobles or degrades our behavior. Sixth-century Chinese philosopher Shu Ching agrees with Boethuis, saying, “for changing people’s manners and altering their customs there is nothing better than music.” vi.
It is plain to see that these philosophers understood the immense power of music. Plato's discussions of rhetoric and poetry are both extensive and influential. As in so many other cases, he sets the agenda for the subsequent tradition. And yet understanding his remarks about each of these topics—rhetoric and poetry—presents us with significant philosophical and interpretive challenges.
Less noted, but worth careful consideration, is Plato's thought on music and its effects on human beings. Discovering and emphasising the philosophical value of Plato's treatment of the musical phenomenon, this book analyses the soul-body problem from an innovative point of by: That is also why Plato made music the very first step in his long educational curriculum: good music was to create the harmony of soul that would be a ripe field for the higher harmony of reason to take root in later.
And that is also why he said that the decay of the ideal state would begin with a decay in music. This extract is from The Republic by Plato, Book VII (c). Music, he said, as you will remember, was the counterpart of gymnastic, and trained the guardians by the influences of habit, by harmony making them harmonious, by rhythm rhythmical, but not giving them science; and the words, whether fabulous or closer to the truth, were meant to impress upon them habits similar to these.
Suzanne Vega's song tells of Odysseus's years of captivity on the nymph Calypso's island from the nymph's point of view. Calypso sings: I watched him struggle with the sea. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Plato: Complete Works by Plato, John M. Cooper, D. Hutchinson | at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to /5(15). I'm a music student and I was looking into different operas and performances, and out of curiosity I began to wonder if anyone had ever set the Iliad to music. It seemed like an epic story to base an opera on.
War, intense emotion, revenge, love, lust, tragic death, it's all there. Plus, it's the basis of. A rhapsode (Greek: ῥαψῳδός, "rhapsōidos") or, in modern usage, rhapsodist, refers to a classical Greek professional performer of epic poetry in the fifth and fourth centuries BC (and perhaps earlier).
Rhapsodes notably performed the epics of Homer (Iliad and Odyssey) but also the wisdom and catalogue poetry of Hesiod and the satires of Archilochus and others.Rhapsody 1.
Literally Translated, with Explanatory Notes, by Theodore Alois Buckley. Homer Bilingual Anthology Studies Homer in Print. ARGUMENT. Apollo, enraged at the insult offered to his priest, Chryses, sends a pestilence upon the Greeks. A council is called, and Agamemnon, being compelled to restore the daughter of Chryses, whom he had.
Plato (/ BC/ BC), whose original name was Aristocles, was an ancient Greek philosopher, the second of the great trio of ancient Greeks - succeeding Socrates and preceding Aristotle - who between them laid the philosophical foundations of.