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The State of Speech: Rhetoric and Political Thought in Ancient Rome
Founding the state of speech -- Naturalized citizens -- The body politic -- Virtue's passionate aesthetics -- Republican theater -- Imperial re-enactments.
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The state of speech
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The Life of Roman Republicanism
PREFACE IX ACKNOWLEDGMENTS XVII INTRODUCTION 1 1 Where Politics Begins: Cicero's Republic 23 2 Justice in the World: The Execution of Jugurtha 65 3 Non-Sovereign Freedom in Horace's Satires 1 115 4Expand
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LIKE THE LABORS OF HERACLES: ANDREIA AND PAIDEIA IN GREEK CULTURE UNDER ROME
This volume examines issues of courage and manliness in the ancient world. Taking the Greek concept of Andreia as its starting-point, it sheds new light on the contruction of cultural identity, andExpand
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Effect of propranolol and phenothiazines on electrodermal orienting and habituation in schizophrenia.
Bilateral electrodermal orienting responses were measured to repeated auditory stimuli in schizophrenic patients and controls. In 3 studies phasic activity to moderate intensity sounds of patients onExpand
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Virile Tongues: Rhetoric and Masculinity
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Rhetoric and Politics in Ancient Rome
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Reclaiming the Theatrical in the Second Sophistic
In 144 C.E., at his own command, the dying sophist Polemon was carried before dawn to his family tomb outside the gates of Laodicea and buried alive. He urged the men closing up the tomb to hurry, soExpand
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The Promise of the Classical Canon: Hannah Arendt and the Romans
HANNAH ARENDT DIED IN 1975 at the age of 69. 1 She had left Germany, where she studied at Marburg with Martin Heidegger, in 1933; she reached the United States in 1941. She burst into EuropeanExpand
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