Ancient Greek and Hebrew Thought Essay by The Research Group

Ancient Greek and Hebrew Thought
Describes Western culture and Eastern culture.
# 48409 | 1,575 words | 6 sources | 2003 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2003 in Philosophy (Eastern) , Philosophy (Ancient Greek)


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Discusses the Greek view of the world through the mind as abstract thought. Examines the Hebrew view of the world through the senses as concrete thought. Describes differences between the two cultures regarding role of the State, God, and learning.

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"In the world, past and present, there are two major types of culture, the Hebrew (or eastern) culture and the Greek (or western) culture. Both of these cultures view their surroundings, lives, and purpose in ways ..."

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