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外围体育投注We continue on our own Hero's Journey through the Iliad, now begins week 3! Please return to this post often as you have insights and questions regarding these 3 books. Ideally we would try and engage in a Socratic style discussion with this post over the next week.

Here's a definition that clarifies what that means:

"Socratic questioning (sometimes referred to as the Socratic method) involves a disciplined and thoughtful dialogue between two or more people. It is widely used in teaching and counseling to expose and unravel deeply-held values and beliefs that frame and support what we think and say.

外围体育投注By using a series of focused yet open questions, we can unpack our beliefs and those of others."

Veteran CE Folks, please wander through the replies to this post and engage folks in questions to stir deeper analysis and reflection!

Here's a few questions to consider while reading, feel free to respond to these if helpful. As always, any suggestions to make this better are welcome! Also, check out the Discord for the same thing:

QUESTIONS:

  1. What is Nestor’s advice to the Achaians?

  2. 外围体育投注Why does Hektor return to the city?

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Sub for posts about Ancient Greek history, archaeology, language, philosophy, art, poetry, theatre - anything interesting about the culture and history of the ancient Hellenes. Essentially we are talking about the Hellenic speaking peoples of Europe, Asia and Africa from around 1500 BCE until the demise of the Ancient World (approximately 400 CE). This is a history sub, so try to keep it on topic. Conspiracy and pseudo history are not welcome. So Χαῖρε to you all!
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