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The Unity of Plutarch's Work: 'Moralia' Themes in the 'Lives', Features of the 'Lives' in the 'Moralia'

by: Nikolaidis, A.G.

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Category: Millennium-Studien / Millennium Studies / ISSN 1862-1139
Code: 25472
ISBN-13: 9783110202496 / 978-3-11-020249-6
ISBN-10: 3110202492 / 3-11-020249-2
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Publication Place: Berlin
Binding: Cloth
Book Condition: New
Comments: Millennium-Studien / Millennium Studies 19

Frontmatter
Contents
Introduction
1. The Formation of Plutarch?s Corpus
Synopsis
Lives and Moralia: How Were Put Asunder. What Plutarch Hath Joined Together
2. Plutarch?s Methods of Work
Synopsis
2a: How Plutarch deals with other genres
On the Problematic Classification of Some Rhetorical Elements in Plutarch
La reutilización de citas de epigramas: una manifestación del diálogo intratextual en el corpus plutarqueo
Notes and Anecdotes: Observations on Cross-Genre Apophthegmata
The Moral Interplay. Between Plutarch?s Political Precepts and Life of Demosthenes
Grecs, Macédoniens et Romains au « test » d?Homère. Référence homérique et hellénisme chez Plutarque
Moralia in the Lives: Tragedy and Theatrical Imagery in Plutarch?s Pompey
Scholarship and Morality: Plutarch?s Use of Inscriptions
2b: Other authorial techniques
Plutarch?s Habits of Citation: Aspects of Difference
Why Does Plutarch?s Apollo Have Many Faces?
Plutarch?s Quaestiones Romanae and his Lives of Early Romans
How Lives Begin
Plutarco compositor de Vitae y Moralia: análisis intratextual
Plutarch?s Heroes in the Moralia: a Matter of Variatio or Another (More Genuine) Outlook?
3. Moralia in Vitis
Synopsis
Setting a Good Exemplum. Case Studies in the Moralia, the Lives as Case Studies
Sempre in bilico tra vizi e virtù
Moralia in the Lives: The Charge of Rashness in Pelopidas/Marcellus
Is Plutarch?s Nicias Devout, Superstitious, or Both?
Self-esteem and Image-building. On Anger in De cohibenda ira and in Some Lives
Genres and Their Implications: Meddlesomeness in On Curiosity versus the Lives
4. Plutarch and Politics
Synopsis
The Ideal Statesman: A Commonplace in Plutarch?s Political Treatises, His Solon, and His Lycurgus
Two Roads to Politics. Plutarch on the Statesman?s Entry in Political Life
The Education of Rulers in Theory (Mor.) and Practice (Vitae)
Dion and Brutus: Philosopher Kings Adrift in a Hostile World
Eunoia bei Plutarch: von den Praecepta Gerendae Reipublicae zu den Viten
Struggling with the Plêthos: Politics and Military Leadership in Plutarch?s Life of Lucullus
Greek Lawgivers in Plutarch: A comparison Between the Biographical Lycurgus and the Rhetorical Alexander
5. Plutarch and Philosophy
Synopsis
Plutarch?s Life of Lycurgus and the Philosophical Use of Discourse
Boethus and Cassius: Two Epicureans in Plutarch
« Fania di Lesbo, un filosofo e assai esperto di ricerca storica » (Plut., Them., 13, 5). Plutarco e i rapporti tra biografia, storia e filosofia etica
Plutarch and the Character of the Sapiens
Plutarch on Solon and Sophia
El Banquete de los Siete Sabios y la Vida de Solón de Plutarco : mito político y contexto literario
Las Vidas frente a los Moralia en las alusiones plutarqueas sobre Solón
6. Literary Aspects of Plutarch?s OEuvre
Synopsis
Parallel Narratives: the Liberation of Thebes in De Genio Socratis and in Pelopidas
Standing in the Shadows: Plutarch and the Emperors in the Lives and Moralia
Plutarque et la scène du banquet
El trofeo de Maratón: Adaptación y desarrollo de un tópico ético en Plutarco
Recursos humorísticos en la obra de Plutarco
Some Notes on Grammarians in Plutarch
La dinastía de los Ptolomeos en Plutarco: etopeya de los personajes
Plutarco y la elegía helenística
Plutarch and the Music
7. Women, Eros, Marriage, and Parenthood in Plutarch
Synopsis
Donne, cultura e società nelle Vite Parallele di Plutarco
El prototipo de mujer espartana en Plutarco
Plutarch on the Role of Eros in a Marriage
Integrating Marriage and Homonoia
Parent-Child Affection and Social Relationships in Plutarch: Common Elements in Consolatio ad uxorem and Vitae
8. Plutarch in his Epistemological and Socio-Historical Context
Synopsis
Les digressions scientifiques dans les Vies de Plutarque
Pharmakon en Plutarco
Deformity (anapêria): Plutarch?s Views of Reproduction and Imperfect Generation in the Moralia and Lives
Due testi a confronto: De Iside 352F–353E – Quaestio convivalis VIII, 8 728C– 730F.
Plutarch in Crete
Plutarco (Cim. 13, 4) y las islas Quelidonias
El judaísmo en las Vitae y Moralia de Plutarco
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The Unity of Plutarch's Work: 'Moralia' Themes in the 'Lives', Features of the 'Lives' in the 'Moralia'

by: Nikolaidis, A.G.

  • ISBN-13: 9783110202496 / 978-3-11-020249-6
  • ISBN-03: 3110202492 / 3-11-020249-2
  • Walter de Gruyter, Berlin, 

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