The Ethical World-conception of the Norse People


Genre: Mythology
Language: English
Year: 1904
Pages: 52
Format: PDF
Size: 272 KB
CHAPTER I.
INTRODUCTION.

1. World-Conception
2. Ethical World-Conception
3. The Norse World-Conception
4. Its Mythological Expression
5. Development of its Ethical Precepts
6. Plan of Presentation 15

CHAPTER II.
NORSE MYTHOLOGICAL CONCEPTIONS, EXPRESSING THE ETHICAL WORLD-CONCEPTION
OF THIS PEOPLE.

1. The Norse Mythology
2. The Norse Conception of Conflict in Nature
3. The Ethical Transformation of its Myths
4. Odin
5. Thor
6. Loki
7. Baldur
8. The Contending Principles
9. The Final Outcome
10. The Beyond
11. The Dramatical Form of This Mythological Representation
12. The Norns

CHAPTER III.
NORSE PRECEPTS, FROM THEIR SONGS AND SAGAS, EXPRESSING THEIR WORLDCONCEPTION.

1. The Norse Ethical System
2. Conduct in General
3. Courage and Wisdom
4. Truthfulness and Sincerity
5. Promises and Oaths
6. Friendship and Fosterbrotherhood
7. Vengeance and the Award of Justice
8. Arbitration
9. Domestic Life
10. Love and Chastity
11. Over-Indulgence in Eating and Drinking
12. Sound View of Life

CHAPTER IV.
CONCLUSION.

1. The Norse System
2. Analogies to the Norse System
3. The Persian System Such an Analogy
4. Other Analogies
5. The Christian Influences
6. The Influence of the Norse System Itself
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