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Wisdom of the Ancients

Wisdom of the Ancients Cassandra or Divination Typhon or a Rebel The Cyclops or the Ministers of Terror Narcissus or Self love Styx or Leagues Pan or Nature Perseus or War Endymion or a Favorite The Sister of the G

  • Title: Wisdom of the Ancients
  • Author: Francis Bacon
  • ISBN: 9781564592293
  • Page: 477
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cassandra, or Divination Typhon, or a Rebel The Cyclops, or the Ministers of Terror, Narcissus, or Self love Styx, or Leagues Pan, or Nature Perseus, or War Endymion, or a Favorite The Sister of the Giants, or Fame Actaeon and Pentheus, or a Curious Man Orpheus, or Philosophy Coelum, or Beginnings Proteus, or Matter Memnon, or a Youth too Forward Tithonus, orCassandra, or Divination Typhon, or a Rebel The Cyclops, or the Ministers of Terror, Narcissus, or Self love Styx, or Leagues Pan, or Nature Perseus, or War Endymion, or a Favorite The Sister of the Giants, or Fame Actaeon and Pentheus, or a Curious Man Orpheus, or Philosophy Coelum, or Beginnings Proteus, or Matter Memnon, or a Youth too Forward Tithonus, or Satiety Juno s Suitor, or Baseness Cupid, or an Atom Diomedes, or Zeal D dalus, or Mechanic Ericthonius, or Imposture Deucalion, or Restitution Nemesis, or the Vicissitude of Things Achelous, or Battle Dionysus, or Passions Atalanta, or Gain Prometheus, or the State of Man Scylia and Icarus, or the Middle Way Sphynx, or Science Proserpina, or Spirit Metis, or Counsel The Sirens, or Pleasures.

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    1. The allegorical review of Roman myths by Sir Bacon is fantastic! When you are with the psychoanalytic school for too long, your toolkit of myth interpretation gets rather homogeneous. It was fun to see the familiar material from a different angle. Even better, sometimes (for example, on Bacchus) these angles coincide.

    2. This is Bacon's examination of major ancient fables as "ductile matters" into his contemporary world, which is late 16th-early 17th century England. Being the hyper-achieved man as he was, he brought his own experience and thoughts into the interpretation. However he did acclaim only to attempt "evident similitude, relation, and connection with the things they signify" instead of carrying off like others by their "witty talent or an inventive genius". Bacon protests too much, methinks. Bacon's c [...]

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