Anaximander,13-17
Arendt, Hannah, 117
Aristotle, 4, 19, 27, 37
Bataille, Georges, x, xii, 126
Bate, Jonathan, 54
Benjamin, Walter, 67-8
Bruhl, Adrien, 36-37, 42, 45
Burkert, Walter,
11
Bynum, Caroline Walker, 35
Carcopino, Jerome, 42, 143
Catullus, ix-x
Deleuze, Gilles, 118
Derrida, Jacques, 18, 20, 99, 100,
114,119-20,126,142,148-49,
154-59
Empedocles, 14, 104-5
Empson, William, 79
Evans, R. J. W., 75
Festugiere, A. J., 9
Florio, John, 71
Foster, Donald, 78, 79
Frazer, Sir James, 37
Freud, Sigmund, 4-5, 104-11
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 124,
135
Golding, Arthur, 54-5
Index
Hegel, G. W. E, 90, 96-100, 102
Heidegger, Martin, 15-17, 19, 21, 99,
101,134-38,142,143-55
Henrichs, Albert, 44
Heraclitus, 8-9, 59, 152
Hervey,MarY,77
Holbein, Hans, 76-7
H6lderlin, Friedrich, 45-7, 49
Horace, 108-9
Jensen, Wilhelm, 105-10
Kant, Immanuel, 6, 90, 93, 94,
97-98,115
Kantorowicz, Ernst, 69-70, 72
Keats, John, 47-48
Klossowski, Pierre, 119
Kofman, Sarah,
u8
Krell, David Farrell, 143
Lacan,Jacques,76
Lee, Sidney, 54-55
Levinas, Emmanuel, 157, 159
L6with, Karl, 102-3
Mallet, Paul Henri, 31, 33
Matz, Friedrich, 42, 43
McCoy, Richard
c.,
66-67
Meleager, 107
Meres, Francis, 53-54
Montaigne, Michel de, 10, 71, 81-83
Mugler, Charles, 15
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