Envy and jealousy in Classical Athens

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Sanders, E. M.;
(2010)
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Emotions differ between cultures, especially in their eliciting conditions, social acceptability, forms of expression, and co-extent of terminology. This thesis examines the psychological sensation and social expression of envy and jealousy in Classical Athens. ... View more
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