anthropogeny

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an·thro·pog·e·ny

(an'thrō-poj'ĕ-nē),
The origin and development of the human species, both individual and racial.
[anthropo- + G. genesis, origin]
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311-330, and 'Aeschylean Anthropogony and Sophoclean Self-Creation as Anthropos' in Agon, Logos, Polis The Greek Achievement and its Aftermath, edited by Johann P.
The text in question is Aeschylean Anthropogony and Sophoclean Self-Creation of Man, which is, I believe, Castoriadis' only in-depth analysis specifically dealing with tragedy.
Castoriadis' oversimplification is most evident in his essay Aeschylean Anthropogony and Sophoclean Self-Creation.