By Dorothy Henry,2014-10-11 02:21
For the Greeks, beauty was a virtue: a kind of excellence. Persons then were
assmued to be what we now have to call--lamely, enviously--whole persons. If it did
occur to the Greeks to distinguish between a person's "inside" and "outside", they
still expected that inner beaury would be matched by beauty of the other kind. The
well-born young Athenians who gathered around Socrate..