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Abstract “Rhetoric in Hegel” is meant as the treatment of rhetoric in the Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik , one of the author's posthumous works. It is a short exposition whose content does not reoccur in Hegel's systematic works. These remarks on persuasive speech, focused on oratorical and...
Abstract In the Nicomachean Ethics , Aristotle argues that a happy man is “foursquare beyond reproach” (।ॉ।ॡ&aacgr;े३ॗख़ॣ &aacgr;ॗॉ॥ २&oacgr;ेख़॥ or, in a common Latin translation, quadratus sine probro ). To be foursquare, the happy man must bear the chances of...
Abstract In a comment on the age in which he was writing, Seneca the Elder states in Suas . 2.19 that anyone can plagiarize Cicero's Verrines with impunity. Critics have taken Seneca's assertion as a sign of diminished familiarity with the In Verrem and of Cicero's diminished popularity. This...
Abstract The rise of prose in Greece has been linked to broader cultural and intellectual developments under way in the classical period. Prose has also been characterized as challenging poetry's traditional status as the privileged expression of the culture. Yet throughout the classical period...
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