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modern psychological and sociological theories has gradually established the insight, even in the field of classics, that there has just as little been a visible changeover from a disparate and ‘un-free’ ancient (and medieval) human being to an enlightened modern subject capable of perceiving one’s own identity as there has been a spontaneously awakening conception of individual- https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110279818-088 692   1 The European Tradition ity (Burckhardt 2013 [1936]). In the wake of the postmodern critique of the unity of the self, moreover, Homer

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