Aesop’s Fables and Mental “Illness”: The Old Man and Death

Re-Purposing Aesopica for Mental Illness/Mental Health Recovery THE OLD MAN AND DEATH Aesop was an ancient Greek fabulist, or story-teller - and also a slave. He lived roughly 2,500 years ago (born c. 600 BC); his collected works are know as Aesop's Fables, or simply Aesopica. These stories are pedagogical tools designed, like the parables of Jesus … Continue reading Aesop’s Fables and Mental “Illness”: The Old Man and Death

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Aesop’s Fables and Mental “Illness”: The Crow And The Pitcher

Re-Purposing Aesop for Mental Illness/Mental Health Recovery Aesop was an ancient Greek fabulist, or story-teller. He lived roughly 2,500 years ago (born c. 600 BC); his collected works are know as Aesop's Fables. These stories are pedagogical tools designed, like the parables of Jesus and the excerpt from CBTN's namesake Hellenic poet Horace, to teach … Continue reading Aesop’s Fables and Mental “Illness”: The Crow And The Pitcher