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Ideas of Homer, by Text

[Greek, c.860 - 800 BCE, Legendary blind author of 'The Iliad' and 'The Odyssey' (about the siege of Troy, and its aftermath)]

850BCE The Iliad
p.23 Homer does not distinguish between soul and body [Williams,B]
p.37 The 'will' doesn't exist; there is just conclusion, then action [Williams,B]
p.88 Homer so enjoys the company of the gods that he must have been deeply irreligious [Nietzsche]
2.204 p.289 Let there be one ruler
509b p.357 Plato says the Good produces the Intellectual-Principle, which in turn produces the Soul [Plotinus]