Cambridge University Press (2011)
|Abstract||Machine generated contents note: 1. New, new, new; 2. Loosening the grip of the past; 3. The transformations of Kaineus; 4. Old and new; 5. Nothing new under the sun; 6. The birth of Athena; 7. Inventions of Eris; 8. The newest song; 9. Constructions of novelty; 10. So what's new?|
|Keywords||Philosophy, Ancient New and old Tradition (Philosophy Greece Civilization HISTORY / General|
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|Call number||B187.N49.D36 2011|
|ISBN(s)||0521616484 9780521850971 9780521616485 0521850975|
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