Philosophy Matrix I: Mythology, Religion, And Philosophy

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Philosophy Matrix I: Mythology, Religion, and Philosophy Name: From any of the readings of this week—Homer, Hesiod, Sophocles, or any of the pre-Socratic philosophers—choose and copy statements or passages that you consider mythology, religion, or a philosophical treatise. Find one example for each discipline. In addition, choose one statement for each of the categories for your own life or current day reading. Below the matrix, explain in a brief paragraph the difference between the three categories. Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines. | |Mythology |Religion |Philosophy | |First Example |Example: |Example:…show more content…
| | |people for their lack of |said how the heaven above | | | |moderation and especially for|came to be. Meaning this is | | | |their pride or |not a place on earth but | | | |insubordination, which the |somewhere to go in the later| | | |Greeks called hubris. They |life. | | | |were merely stronger than | | | | |humans, and demanded | | | | |obedience. | | | | |(Stumpf & Fieser, p. ). | | | | | | |

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