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  • adj. Of or relating to Eric Alfred Havelock (1903–1988), British classicist who claimed that all of Western thought is informed by a profound shift in the kinds of ideas available to the human mind at the point that Ancient Greek philosophy converted from an oral to a literate form.

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Havelock +‎ -ian

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