INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES, UNIT 3
Arguably the most important legacy of Greek philosophy is how it has shaped the way we think about ourselves and our place in the cosmos.
Aristotle, for instance, believed that we humans have a telos. For this discussion, begin by define telos as used by Aristotle.Then, describe an example of telos in your life or in our contemporary world.
Your initial post must contain a minimum of 250 words and two scholarly sources.
Matthews, R. T., Noble, T. F., & Platt, F. D. (2014). Experience humanities (8th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill.
Complete Section: a minimum of 350 words per question and three scholarly sources per question including the book reference.
1. Who were the principal philosophers in classical Greece, and what were their influence on classical philosophy?
2.) How did the Peloponnesian War impact Athens and the other Greek poleis in the Hellenic Age?
3.) Define tragedy and comedy, and explain what the popularity of Athenian theater teaches us about the city, its people, and their interests.