Now showing items 1-20 of 62

    • Acknowledgements. 

      Unknown author (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This item is the Acknowledgements page from the Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies.
    • Alexandrian Identity and the Coinage Commemorating Nero's 'Liberation' of the Greeks. 

      Couvalis, Spyridon George (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      The emperor Nero visited Greece in 66–67 CE to compete in the prestigious festivals of old Greece. He declared the Greeks of Akhaea and the Peloponnese 'liberated' during his visit. Apart from the cities affected by his ...
    • Ancient Atomism and Cosmogony. 

      Gregory, Andrew (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      How should we treat the cosmogonies of the early ancient Greek philosophers? Much work has been done in showing how these cosmogonies differ from creation myths and how they relate to philosophical issues such as change, ...
    • Ancient Greece and the Origins of Science. 

      Gregory, Andrew (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This paper was given as a public lecture to open the 2005 Conference of Greek Studies. It presents a case for locating the origins of science with the ancient Greeks. Although this was once a common view, it has come under ...
    • Aristotle and the Eternal Caterpillar. 

      Couvalis, Spyridon George; Roux, Suzanne Raymonde (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Design arguments are arguments from apparent purposiveness to the conclusion that there is an intelligent deliberating being who planned the order in the world. Socrates and Plato put such arguments. Empedocles, Democritus ...
    • Aristotle's Theory of Justice as the Basis of Rawls' Justice as Fairness. 

      Hunt, Ian Edgell (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Aristotle distinguishes between general justice and particular justice. I argue that this distinction identifies a fundamental issue of justice that remains even in what Rawls terms a 'well-ordered society'. This is the ...
    • Aristotle: Critic or Pioneer of Atomism? 

      Chalmers, Alan F (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Aristotle is typically construed as a critic of atomism. He was indeed a critic of atomism of the extreme kind formulated by Democritus, according to which bulk matter is made of nothing other than unchangeable pieces of ...
    • Aspects of Interlanguage Contact: Greek and Australian English. 

      Kanarakis, George (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Linguists accept that no languages, the users of which have come into contact with one another, are completely pure and free of transferred and borrowed language forms. Interlanguage transferences and borrowings, therefore, ...
    • Bilingualism on the Internet: The Teaching/Learning of Greek as a Second Language in Higher Education. 

      Kourtis-Kazoullis, Vasilia (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      In the last few years we have observed a rapid increase in Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL). These applications include software that aims at the teaching of first, second and foreign languages, applications on ...
    • The Cannon of the Medieval City of Rhodes, based on the Manuscript and Illustrations of Johannes Hedenborg (1854). 

      Stefanidou, Alexandra (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Johannes Hedenborg (1800–1870), a doctor and historian, after extensive travel in Europe, Asia and Africa chose to settle on the island of Rhodes. He tirelessly collected material for a five-volume work in German entitled ...
    • Classification of the Primary Sources of Children's Literature in Greek in the Decade 1995-2005, with the Assistance of Data Analysis Methods. 

      Papantonakis, Georgios; Athanasiadis, Ilias (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This paper attempts to chart the landscape in literature for children and young people by examining data such as subject matter, first-person and third-person narration, characters (gender, age), year of initial publication, ...
    • Committee. 

      Unknown author (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This item lists the names of the Organising and Academic Committees for the Sixth Biennial International Conference on Greek Research.
    • Conference Photographs. 

      Unknown author (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Photographs taken at the Sixth Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies at Flinders University in June, 2005.
    • Contents. 

      Unknown author (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This item is the table of contents from the Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies.
    • Copyright. 

      Unknown author (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This item is the copyright page from the Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies.
    • Dedication to Georgina Tsioris. 

      Unknown author (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This volume is dedicated to the memory of Georgina Tsioris and all of the women of Greece who came to Australia in the 1950s to begin a new life. Mrs Tsioris was the mother of Thea Groom, CEO of Leafbusters Pty Ltd, who ...
    • Did Aristotle have a concept of 'intuition'? Some thoughts on translating 'nous'. 

      Baltussen, Han (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      In this paper Baltussen proposes to review existing translations of 'nous' in Aristotle in order to show that translating it as 'intuition' is problematic. A proposal to find a new direction for interpreting the term is ...
    • The European Union as a New Context and Challenge for the Triangle of Greece, Cyprus and Turkey. 

      Joseph, Joseph S (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This paper deals with Greek–Turkish relations and the Cyprus problem in the context of EU interests and concerns in the region. It argues that today, more than ever before, the EU can play a catalytic role in finding a ...
    • Éloge des larmes: Με λογισμό και δάκρυα 

      Tsianikas, Michael (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Please note: this article is in Greek. When and why do people cry? This is a very interesting cultural question, in particular if we are examining this topic throughout the development of different cultures. In this paper ...
    • Greek Travellers and Travel Literature from the Fifteenth to the Eighteenth Century. 

      Minaoglou, Charalambos (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Although the western travellers who travelled in the territories of the Ottoman Empire between the fifteenth and the eighteenth century have been studied extensively, the opposite happens as far as concerns the peregrinations ...