10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «GIGANTOMACHIA»
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Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt: Geschichte und ...
Jupiter and the Gigantomachia, Hercules and his labors, and the figure of Sol
Oriens, all represent such divine exempla and the use of such archetypes in
imperial imagery to justify the human order by an extrahuman, divine model. The
Wolfgang Haase, Hildegard Temporini, 1981
Encyclopædia of Religion and Ethics: Fiction-Hyksos
The volcanic district of the Campanian coast was, for like reasons, regarded as
the scene of the Gigantomachia, and the name of Phlegra was accordingly
applied to it (Polyb. m. xci. 7). Again, after Alexander's conquests, the Greek
James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, Louis Herbert Gray, 1914
, Or, A Full and True Relation of the Great and ...
This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher.
Heidegger and Plato: Toward Dialogue
The quotation precedes a section of the Sophist usually called “the battle of the
Gods and Giants” (245–49), which refers to a gigantomachia peri tês ousias, an
immemorial quest for the sense of being. Being and Time, Heidegger seems to ...
Catalin Partenie, Tom Rockmore, 2005
, Or Worke for Jupiter
A play in ten scenes of the revolt of the giants against the Olympian gods. The Knave of Clubs functions as the Chorus.
The Violence Within/the Violence Without: Wallace Stevens ...
However, "Gigantomachia," a poem rarely discussed in Stevens criticism, proves
even more revealing in this regard. Alan Filreis — rather curiously, given his
subject of his book — mentions the poem not at all; Harold Bloom also omits it
Jacqueline Vaught Brogan, 2003
Jewish Messianism and the History of Philosophy
There, in the sections detailing the battle between the giants and the gods – the
gigantomachia – and the blending of the five highest kinds, Plato takes steps
toward a new definition of ousia that depends upon a theory of blending (symplok
The Collected Poems of Wallace Stevens
... GIGANTOMACHIA They could not carry much, as soldiers. There was no past
in their forgetting, No self in the mass: the braver being, The body that could
never be wounded, The life that never would end, no matter Who died, the being
Narrative Setting and Dramatic Poetry
The city is represented by its tutelary deity, who, before she appears ex machina
at the play's end, is present prominently in the center of the gigantomachia
sculpted on Apollo's temple (211) and in laudatory references throughout the
Christianity, Antiquity, and Enlightenment: Interpretations ...
Plato used the mythical battle between gods and giants, the gigantomachia, to
characterize the perennial conflict between materialists and idealists.60 The
giants admit only material bodies among the things that exist; they 'drag
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Gigantomachia - Glenat Olivier : Mix improbable entre Terra Formars et Garôden, Gigantomachia puise son inspiration d'une source qui a ... «Journal du Japon, Jun 15»
Notes From the Underground
Mr. Neizvestny's bronze "Gigantomachia" (1962-1977) is a richly baroque ensemble of a Crucifixion juxtaposed with something that looks a lot ... «Wall Street Journal, May 12»
Lonnie van Brummelen & Siebren de Haan
Numerous images of Pergamon's Gigantomachia frieze circulate in academic books and guides that have been published throughout the years ... «E-Flux, Dec 08»