The intellectual adventure of ancient man; an essay on speculative thought in the ancient Near East / by H. and H. A. Frankfort, John A. Wilson, Thorkild Jacobsen [and] William A. Irwin.
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- Physical Description: vii, 401 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Chicago : The University of Chicago press, 
"An Oriental institute essay."
"Contains lectures given as a public course in the Division of the humanities of the University of Chicago."--Pref.
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Introduction: Myth and reality, by H. and H. A. Frankfort.--Egypt: The nature of the universe. The function of the state. The values of life. By J. A. Wilson.--Mesopotamia: The cosmos as a state. The function of the state. The good life. By Thorkild Jacobsen.--The Hebrews: God. Man. Man in the world. Nation, society, and politics. By W. A. Irwin. Conclusion: The emancipation of thought from myth, by H. and H. A. Frankfort.
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