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THE PERSISTENT BONDS OF THE OIKOS IN EURIPIDES' HERACLES

Jocelyn Moore
2022 Classical Quarterly  
This trajectory suggests a painful misalignment between Heracles' experience in the oikos and the public position Theseus offers at Athens: of a semi-divine hero receiving public cult and honours.  ...  Euripides emphasizes this tension to distinguish the experience of oikos-membership.  ...  Gibert, Change of Mind in Greek Tragedy (Göttingen, 1995), 141-3 compares Heracles' outlook at the end of Heracles to old age or even death. 6 E.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0009838822000398 fatcat:dvelejqlvvh4fj4uwsz7y6ejlm

Page 50 of Classical Antiquity Vol. 8, Issue 1 [page]

1989 Classical Antiquity  
Following West on the meaning of @pa@ (although the comparable phrase at Od. 15.357 seems capable of bearing quite the same meaning: Anticleia’s death aged Laertes unnaturally).  ...  He lives in fear that at his death his kinsmen will divide up his possessions and his oikos will die along with him.  ... 

Oiko-Poetics versus Andro-Poetics: An Account of the Deep-Ecological Perspective of Ice Age in Contrast to the Naturalistic Perspective of Exploration Age

Amna Farooq, Muhammad Ammar, Aqdas Khanam
2022 Global Regional Review  
This outlook nourishes the ideology of deep ecology and provides the perspective of Oiko-Poetics; which has inclusive epistemology and a collective environmental ontology.  ...  This article provides an interpretation of the two worldviews of nature. The first one is the Euro-American orientation, which is naturalistic in its outlook towards the environment.  ...  In Greek tradition, Oikos represents the unification of the three constituting spirit of life; Man (anthro), Nature (eco), and Culture (poetics).  ... 
doi:10.31703/grr.2022(vii-i).03 fatcat:d4qn2vga5jdzhcsmflkt3g7e34

Page 577 of The Journal of Animal Ecology Vol. 66, Issue 4 [page]

1997 The Journal of Animal Ecology  
Hutchings, J.A. (1994) Age- and size-specific costs of repro- duction within populations of brook trout, Salvelinus fon- tinalis. Oikos, 70, 12-20.  ...  . & Antoniak, R. (1993) Repro- ductive ecology of the common garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis at the northern limit of its range. American Midland Naturalist, 129, 336-345. Leclair, R.  ... 

In the Guise of the Popular: the Deceptive Image of the Asàrotos Òikos Mosaics

Ehud Fathy
2022 Eikón Imago  
The Roman asàrotos òikos ("Unswept Floor/Room") mosaics, which were discovered in Italy and in Tunisia, and date from the end of the first to the sixth century AD, showcase a seemingly popular theme: scraps  ...  This article focuses on the asàrotos òikos mosaics which were discovered in Italy, and their particular combination of a popular theme, symbolism and illusionism.  ...  The design does not indicate how the furniture was arranged. During the Late Republican and Early Imperial age the arrangement of the dining room consisted of three wide reclining couches.  ... 
doi:10.5209/eiko.77366 fatcat:2u3arnqj5zcndno25frzndkqcm

Authority in Byzantine Provincial Society, 950-1100, by Leonora NevilleAuthority in Byzantine Provincial Society, 950-1100, by Leonora Neville. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2004. xii, 210 pp. $75.00 US (cloth)

Walter E. Kaegi
2006 Canadian Journal of History  
She looks at how oikos was used to describe a variety of human relation- ships.  ...  Brand of Bryn Mawr College gave a paper at the Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association, in which he investigated the Byzantine concepts of oikos and eugeieia, but to my knowledge he never  ... 
doi:10.3138/cjh.41.1.107 fatcat:xlx2dtrm6zd5xkyntgu6wzdxmm

Page 215 of The Journal of Animal Ecology Vol. 73, Issue 2 [page]

2004 The Journal of Animal Ecology  
. & Dobson, F.S. (1999) Population cycles in small mammals: the role of age at sexual maturity. Oikos, 86, 557-566. Oli, M.K. & Dobson, FS. (2001) Population cycles in small mammals: o hypothesis.  ...  Millar, J.S. (1988) The role of reproduction and life histories in models of small rodent population dynamics. Oikos, 52, 212-214. Myers, J.H. & Krebs, C.J. (1974) Population cycles in small rodents.  ... 

Agency, Stewardship, and the Universal-Family Firm

Sarah Drakopoulou Dodd, Bruno Dyck
2015 Family Business Review  
Our paper makes contributions at two important levels.  ...  In addition to introducing and developing theory about the Universal-family firms, we also contribute to the methodological toolkit of family business scholars by providing a template for using historical  ...  in the age to come eternal life."  ... 
doi:10.1177/0894486515600860 fatcat:zvmlaseyifamtoks6pf4lojjwq

Page 878 of The Journal of Applied Ecology Vol. 41, Issue 5 [page]

2004 The Journal of Applied Ecology  
Ikonen, A. (2002) Preference of six leaf beetle species among qualitatively different leaf age classes of three Salicaceous host species. Chemoecology, 12. 23-28.  ...  Maschinski, J. (2001) Impact of ungulate herbivores on a rare willow at the southern edge of its range. Biological Conser¬ vation, 101, 119 130.  ... 

Page 320 of Austral Ecology Vol. 17, Issue 3 [page]

1992 Austral Ecology  
T. (1976) Age structure, distribution and survival under grazing of the arid-zone shrub Acacia burkittii. Oikos 27, 86-92. Enright N. J. & Watson A.  ...  D. (1978) Demography and survival under grazing of three Australian semi-desert shrubs. Oikos 30, 520-8. Crisp M. D. & Lange R.  ... 

Childrens Schoolwork: Useful and Necessary

Jens Qvortrup
2001 Brood en Rozen  
no. three , no. four etc. of them.  ...  The Austrian socialist, Otto Felix Kanitz, wrote three quarters of a century ago about working class children in Vienna, that they had to perform three kinds of work: besides schooling, which he defined  ... 
doi:10.21825/br.v6i4.2940 fatcat:7zcy5vardvhtlfgs55uoon4dkm

Page 936 of The Journal of Animal Ecology Vol. 82, Issue 5 [page]

2013 The Journal of Animal Ecology  
. & Millar, J.S. (1999) Dietary protein constraint on age at maturity: an experimental test with wild deer mice.  ...  Journal of Mammalog) 92, 1210-1222. Leung, L.K.P. (1994) Ecology of Three Species of Small Mammals in the Iron Range Area, Cape York Peninsula: What Factors Influence the Pop- ulations? PhD.  ... 

Page 719 of The Journal of Ecology Vol. 91, Issue 5 [page]

2003 The Journal of Ecology  
Jasienski, M. & Bazzaz, F.A. (1999) The fallacy of ratios and the testability of models in biology. Oikos, 84 (2), 321—326.  ...  Nienaber, G.W. (1999) Stand and tree dynamics in uneven- aged interior Douglas-fir stands. PhD dissertation. The University of British Columbia, Vancouver.  ... 

Page 64 of The Journal of Animal Ecology Vol. 77, Issue 1 [page]

2008 The Journal of Animal Ecology  
Charnov, E.L. (1990) On evolution of age of maturity and the adult life-span. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 3, 139-144.  ...  AWR was supported by a National Institutes of Health IRACDA post- doctoral fellowship (GM-63651) during the preparation of this manuscript. The mammal group at the University of Kansas, N. G.  ... 

Page 406 of The Classical Journal Vol. 51, Issue 8 [page]

1956 The Classical Journal  
‘“‘The coexistence of three dis- tinct but overlapping groups, class, kin, and oikos, was what defined a man’s life, ma- terially and psychologically.’’  ...  But the oikos, however central, was of course not the only import- ant group.  ... 
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