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Reading Philo in Greek

November 2012
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James F. McGrath has an interesting and relevant posting on his blog Exploring our Matrix on Nov 27: “I just recently started meeting with some colleagues and a student in a Greek reading group. I suggested to a colleague in Classics that it might be interesting to read Philo of Alexandria together, and she got very excited about the idea, and some other colleagues in Religion also expressed an interest.
And so lately, I have felt disconcertingly like I am back in Greek class, wondering why the verses that I end up with when it is my turn to read and translate are so difficult, while those others end up with seem comparatively easy. Of course, if I had been preparing …… Read more here.
May be some more should try to get together reading Philo in Greek?

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