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Le visage du Soleil dans la pensée grecque ancienne

Abstract : This doctorate is composed of three parts (in 398 pages) : I - The Sun as a natural phenomen : The observation of the sky had provoked to the Ancient Greeks, from the beginning, religious and philosophical feelings, under the principe of the recognition between the macrocosme and microcosme. Gradually the astronomy coming out of the astrology developed through the archaic poetry, later the philosophy, and at the end through the scientific study of the celestial bodies mouvements. II - The Sun in the human life : According to the principles of the first part, we studied the religious aspects (the Sun as a god, as a distinct figure - the Sun's face, the Sun's cults) and the manifestations in the every day life (calendars, meteorological effects, apotelesmatic astronomy, astrology). III - The Sun into the human representations (literature - arts) : It's a panoramic view of the various aspects of the Sun into the ancient Greek civilisation and culture which came out of a deel clear Greek origin.
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Georgios Dimitrakopoulos. Le visage du Soleil dans la pensée grecque ancienne. Littératures. Université Nancy 2, 2005. Français. ⟨NNT : 2005NAN21012⟩. ⟨tel-01776232⟩



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