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CLST 100 Lecture Notes - Ephorus, Dialectic, Cyropaedia


Department
Classical Studies
Course Code
CLST 100
Professor
Christina Zaccagnino

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Nomos custom, law, culture
Phusis nature
Socrates
Maieutics
Induction
Argument from example
Plato, Lakhes
Dialogue- dialectic
Goodness (arête) is knowledge
Medicine
Sacred disease is due to the same causes as all other diseases
No disease is hopeless or insusceptible to treatment
Historia research, inquiry
o Logoraphoi
Thucydides from Athens
C. 460-400 BCE
Peloponnesian War unfinished
Starter of the annalistic tradition
Xenophon from Athens
Hellenika
Anabasis
Cyropaedia
Memorabilia
Hellenika Oxyrhygkhia (Greek history from Oxyrhinchus)
Ephoros from Kyme
30 books lost
From the reutn of the Heraklidai until the siege of Perinthos by Philip the
Macedon in 340 BCE
Diodorus of Sicily
1st century BCE
Used Ephoros as his souce