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Vyacheslav Lytvynenko

Ukraine
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Posted - 10 Apr 2007 :  05:43:15  


Hello everyone,

I'm searching about the meaning of human klesis (if there was any) from Homer to presocratics. I have a feeling that the idea of klesis as a description of human life (it's origin and destiny) is often hiding behind the word "kinesis" in this period of time? Does any one know, if this would be a fair guess, or should I rather drop the idea? I will deeply appreciate any hints you may give me.


 

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