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by Archaeology Newsroom

The prevailing concepts of man in Hellenism and Christianity

Societies are structured and formed through the cosmotheoretical image of what they really represent. The nucleus of the concept of this representation is man himself. In the autonomous ancient Greek city man is a free citizen.In the universal Christian society he is a Christian subject and a bondman; while in a free, contemporary, national society he is a continuously emerging and self-created human being.