In this remarkable series of 12 lectures, Dr. Edinger demonstrates the major impact the Greeks had on the development of the Western psyche. He systematically describes a history of the early Greek philosophers and how their way of being underwent a profound, far-reaching change, which essentially resulted in the death and resurrection of God. We are able to listen firsthand to Edinger’s piercing insights into how figures such as Aristotle, Plato, and Socrates laid the foundation for our own modern psyche. The series includes a previously unpublished question and answer section after each lecture. This series of lectures is published in The Psyche in Antiquity: Early Greek Philosophy, Book 1, Inner City Books.
12 Audio CDs – Format: MP3. Also available in CD format.
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