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Tragedy and Philosophy by Walter Kaufmann
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Jan 17, 11

bookshelves: currently-reading, philosophy
Read on January 17, 2011

it, as far as I can tell takes a view of tragedy beginning with Plato, aristotle, and socrates, then moves on to more modern philosophy, examining such things as Medea and Oedipus.
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