Hippocrates

(part 12) In general, how does Asia differ from Europe?
(part 13) what do the seasons have to do with variation among types of people?
(part 15) In Asia, how does the environment of the river Phasis affect the physical qualities of the people who live there?
(part 16) what impact does the environment of Asia have on the people who live in Asia?
(part 17-22). What are the main features of the people of Scythia and how does the environment of Scythia produce them?
(part 23-24) Why is there more variety among the people of Europe than among the people of Asia? What factors make people courageous?
(part 23-24) How does this section of Airs, Waters, Places use assumptions and stereotypes to justify social and political features of the world Hippocrates lived in, a world in which Persian attempts to control territory had been resisted and defeated by Greeks?
In the passage from Aristotle’s Politics at the bottom of this page, how does Aristotle try to argue for the superiority of the Athenian way of organizing cities by using ‘theories’ of how environment influences character or the way people behave? What does he believe Athens is entitled to do?

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