The internationally recognized magisterial history that traces the development of modern Western thought to its origins in Ancient Greek literature
What is the foundation of the Western world's conceptions of society, philosophy, and literature? By tracing the processes by which consciousness evolved from its roots in the mother cults of Ancient Greece, world-renowned historian Keld Zerunieth seeks out the answer-his conclusion is the groundbreaking "The Wooden Horse." By examining Homer's great epic poems, "The Illiad" and "The Odyssey," Zeruneith explores this fundamental paradigm shift, which constituted nothing less than the liberation of the modern mind, providing startlingly original insight into the psychological forces behind the genesis of European and American culture.
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