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Pharmakon [electronic resource] : Plato, drug culture, and identity in ancient Athens /

Michael A. Rinella.

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Main Author: Rinella, Michael A.
Published: Lanham, Md. : Lexington Books, ©2010.
Series: ebrary Academic religion & philosophy
Academic complete, religion & philosophy
Topics: Drug abuse - Greece. | Drug abuse - Greece. | Greece - Civilization - To 146 B.C. | Plato. | PHILOSOPHY - History & Surveys - Ancient & Classical. | Plato. | Plato. Symposium.
Regions: Greece - Civilization - To 146 B.C. | Greece.
Genres: Electronic books.
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505 0 |aWine and the symposion -- The symposion and the question of stasis -- Plato's reformulation of the symposion -- Drugs, epic poetry, and religion -- Socrates accused -- Socrates rehabilitated -- Medicine, drugs, and somatic regimen -- Magic, drugs, and noetic regimen -- Speech, drugs, and discursive regimen -- Philosophy's pharmacy.
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