The relationship of speech and psychic entities in early Greek poetry

Shirley Darcus Sullivan

Abstract


A detailed analysis shows that in early Greek poetry the varying relationship between speech and psychic entities such as θυμός, φρήν/φρένες, νόος, ἦτορ, κῆρ, κραδίη, and ψυχή, highlights different qualities of these entities themselves.

Keywords


Greek language; early Greek poetry; Greek psychology

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14601/prometheus-16785



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