Fate in Greek Tragedy

Thought: A Journal of Philosophy 47 (1):90-100 (1972)
Abstract
However much Greek tragedy was concerned with fate, it was more deeply concerned with the ways of men, the failures and achievements of human freedom
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Language and Literature  Philosophy and Religion  Religious Studies
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ISBN(s) 0040-6457
DOI 10.5840/thought19724715
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