Paideia, Wisdom, Literature, Homer, Kalypso, Book V, Book 5, The Odyssey, Odysseus, Ogygia, Classical Education
In this article, Helena Sullivan shares the mission statement and vision for the journal Resuscitating Paideia. She also explains how reading literature for wisdom looks as it's applied to a particular text, in this case, Homer's Odyssey. More specifically, she examines Book V of that epic, in which Odysseus leaves the goddess Kalypso.
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Sullivan, Helena Nellie
"Spoiling the Egyptians: An Introduction to Resuscitating Paideia,"
Resuscitating Paideia: Reading Literature for Wisdom: Vol. 1
, Article 1.
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