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Advancing Global Bioethics
The ancient Greek tragedy represents one of the earliest and most dramatic ways of dealing with the phenomenon of disaster in literature. This ancient literary form will be used as a kind of template in the search for recurrent forms of moral attitudes and behaviour that seem to follow almost universally in the wake of war and armed conflicts. First, the focus will be on war veterans' experiences and narratives of going home again, i.e. of returning from combat back to a life called 'normal'.doi:10.1007/978-3-319-92722-0_7 fatcat:speh6xovevgpjgqwgp6666256u