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Elysian Fields: Initiation to the Mysteries

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  1. Anne Schultz #

    That’s an interesting insight about Socrates’ impiety….. Makes me think more about that line in the Symposium where Diotima tells him, ‘Even you, Socrates, could be initiated into these higher mysteries.” Tons of trial imagery there as well and, of course, Alcibiades….

    June 9, 2014

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