The Iliad, Book 4

The Iliad, Book Four: The Truce Erupts in War

[They gave a peace rally and war broke out”]

When the Gods clearly have chosen sides for their own purposes, and they war amongst themselves, interfering in the affairs of man, first one faction, and then the other, what does this mean for the free will of man? Zeus and Hera agree on what they will concede to each other – which cities Zeus will allow Hera to desecrate at her whim and vice-versa. Such is free will among the Gods: [Continued on the Iliad Page]


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