life after death and philosophical ideals
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June 6, 2014
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Beliefs about the afterlife have shaped the psychological ideals of whole societies as well as altering the daily lives of the individuals within them. Greece will be examined from the beginning of the Bronze Age in 3000 B.C.E. to the end of the Classical Period in 323 B.C.E..
The ancient Greek men of the Bronze Age were warriors above all else...
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to the end of the Classical Period in 323 B.C.E..
The ancient Greek men of the Bronze Age were warriors above all else. They did not have the visions of Heaven and Hell as we do now. Specifically, the idea that living a good life will lead one to a pleasant afterlife and that living a bad or immoral life will lead one to an unpleasant afterlife...
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