6 edition of Psyche the Cult of Souls and Belief in Immortality Among Ancient Greeks found in the catalog.
Psyche the Cult of Souls and Belief in Immortality Among Ancient Greeks
by Ares Publishers, Inc.
Written in English
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Nietzsche’s The Birth of Tragedy and Viacheslav Ivanov’s treatise in response, “The Hellenic Religion of the Suffering God,” have been considered the foundation of the dithyramb revival, but Katherine Lahti shows Erwin Rohde’s Psyche: The Cult of Souls and the Belief in Immortality among the Greeks also to have played a significant role. The psychic immortality was a common belief between the Pythagoreans and the Orphic religious cult, which, according to Herodotus, originated from the Egyptian religion. Fundamental feature of Orphism was the psychic ‘catharsis’ or cleansing, from somatic impulses and passions, through shamanic-like rituals, music, strict dietary practices.
forms the idea of immortality took among the ancient Greeks, we must observe that it is exactly this approach to the problem of life and death that is found originally in Greek tradition, whereas belief in the immortality of the soul is a later product of the Greek mind. It cannot be separated from the development of the idea. Western beliefs about witchcraft grew largely out of the mythologies and folklore of ancient peoples, especially the Egyptians, Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans. Witches in ancient Egypt purportedly used their wisdom and knowledge of amulets, spells, formulas, and figures to bend the cosmic powers to their purpose or that of their clients.
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Psyche the Cult of Souls and Belief in Immortality Among Ancient Greeks/5(4). The book is a classic and is an essential read to understand Greek understanding of the soul andafterlife. THe book deserves five stars but when a publisher decides to charge nearly $50 for a kindle version of a book you can buy for as a paperback you wonder what they're thinking.
Maybe it interferes with their textbook model/5(3). Erwin Rhode’s work, Psyche: The Cult of Souls and the Belief in Immortality among the Greeks, stands above any other work in its genre.
He covers the ancient Greek religion in such vivid detail and clarity. Although his work is over one hundred years old, it has withstood the test of time. Buy Psyche: The Cult of Souls and the Belief in Immortality Among the Greeks (The International Library of Philosophy) 1 by Rohde, Erwin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). This book offers an account of the opinions held by the Greeks about the life of the human soul after death, and is thus intended as a contribution to the history of Greek religion.
Such an undertaking has in a special measure to contend with the difficulties that face any inquiry into the religious life and thought of the Greeks.
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Cambridge University Press In this work, first published in two volumes in andErwin Rohde, the German classical scholar and friend of Nietzsche, describes the ancient Greek cult of souls and establishes the sources of the belief in the immortality of the soul, exploring its relation to life both before and after death.
The Greek philosopher Aristotle wrote an influential treatise on the psyche, called in Greek Περὶ Ψυχῆς (Peri Psyches), in Latin De Anima and in English On the Soul.
In this work, he used the concept of the soul to explain certain functions. The Kapnobatai, or Smoke-walkers, burned cannabis believing that the living entity within the plant reassembled itself inside their bodies to give divine revelations.
The book, Psyche: The Cult of Souls and the Belief in Immortality Among the Greeks, Erwin Rohde states that “The Thracians knew hemp. Ancient Greek beliefs were varied and evolved over time. Pythagoras held that the soul was of divine origin and existed before and after death.
Plato and Socrates also accepted the immortality of the soul, while Aristotle considered only part of the soul, the noûs, or intellect, to have that quality. Epicurus believed that both body and soul.
Beliefs about the soul and cult of souls in the Homeric poems -- Islands of the blest -- Cave deities -- Heroes -- The cult of souls -- The Eleusinian mysteries -- Ideas of the future life -- Origins of the belief in immortality, the Thracian worship of Dionysos -- Dionysiac religion in Greece -- The Orphics -- The philosophers -- The lay authors -- Plato -- The later age of the Greek world.
The Kapnobatai, or Smoke-walkers, burned cannabis believing that the living entity within the plant reassembled itself inside their bodies to give divine revelations. The book, Psyche: The Cult of Souls and the Belief in Immortality Among the Greeks, Erwin Rohde states that «. Psyche: the cult of Souls and the Belief in Immortality among the Greeks.
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The immortality of the soul. Human beings seem always to have had some notion of a shadowy double that survives the death of the body. But the idea of the soul as a mental entity, with intellectual and moral qualities, interacting with a physical organism but capable of continuing after its dissolution, derives in Western thought from Plato and entered into Judaism during approximately the.
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