- University of Tennessee - Knoxville
- Political Science
- Political Science 102
- 10/10/10 flashcards
Last Modified: 2011-07-02
Polymestur kills Polydorus in most shameful manner to get gold
In this play, she is mother of Polyxena and Polydorus
example of Homeric code, code of values, all Greeks adhere
Greeks can’t sail home without winds
Nature points towards free will, nurture points towards determinism
The human genome is dynamic and is prone to changing, the ways they change are subject to environmental factors, however nature is also a huge factor
Society needs to take in both aspects
From oppression to wilderness to covenant to promise land
materialism: they worshiped material success
idolatry: worshiped pagan idols
victimized the poor: mistreated poor
pride: forgot they had once been slaves
2. There is probably a better place, a promise land
3. The only way to get to the promise land is through the wilderness through political action, democratic revolutionary action
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