By Michael Wood
Even though the British movie Institute undertaking of publishing its movie Classics sequence all started within the early Nineteen Nineties, the BFI didn't show the complete checklist of the 360 motion pictures slated for monographs until eventually 1998, within the kind of this e-book connected to at least one of the problems of Sight and Sound. The venture started as a protection attempt to create 360 "show" prints for the BFI theater, with accompanying monographs. quickly the books extended to the trendy Classics sequence, in distinguishing black themed covers, whereas continuing the "360" on the fee of approximately 15 a yr. This book additionally contains an essay by way of Michael wooden at the motion pictures and the method.
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Thus, it is as a future Greek Persosophist that Themistocles demonstrates his command of the sophistic arts of rhetoric and antilogic. 50) References to the mostly Egyptian origin of the Greek names of the gods resembles Protagoras’ and Prodicus’ interest in the ‘correctness of names’ and ‘right use of words’. The distinction made in Plato’s Cratylus, with reference to Protagoras’ agnosticism, between the unknowable names the gods give themselves and the known conventional names given them by humans, 40 Sophist Kings establishes a common theoretical ground between Protagoras’ and Herodotus’ interest in names.
43) – he complains that his contemporary audience found these reports incredible – makes clear that the cultural polarity of Greece and Persia is rooted in nomos rather than phusis, its basis ideological rather than essential. Isonomia is achieved in Greece largely through the constitutional reforms of Lycurgus, Solon and Clisthenes; Persian despotism originates in the subjection of sophia to erōs turannidos in Deioces, Cyrus and Darius, and maintained by their descendants. If the Persian ethnos is represented as more receptive of despotism and the Greek ethnos as more receptive of isonomia, the explanation is not to be found in the relationship of culture to natural environment or ethnic essentialism, but in their different cultural histories constituted of the acts of historical individuals, against a background of divine providence.
Rather than a rival form of government native to Greece, tyranny is represented as the cultural antithesis of isonomia that most aptly expresses the common way of life in Greece based on the polis centered upon the discourse of the agora. 43) – he complains that his contemporary audience found these reports incredible – makes clear that the cultural polarity of Greece and Persia is rooted in nomos rather than phusis, its basis ideological rather than essential. Isonomia is achieved in Greece largely through the constitutional reforms of Lycurgus, Solon and Clisthenes; Persian despotism originates in the subjection of sophia to erōs turannidos in Deioces, Cyrus and Darius, and maintained by their descendants.
360 Films Classics by Michael Wood