Passion, reason and knowledge in Seneca's tragedies

@inproceedings{Schiesaro1997PassionRA,
  title={Passion, reason and knowledge in Seneca's tragedies},
  author={A. Schiesaro},
  year={1997}
}
Mme Martin: Quelle est la morale? Le Pompier: C'est a vous de la trouver. (Eugene Ionesco, La cantatrice chauve ) ‘There is no such thing as a good influence, Mr Gray. All influence is immoral – immoral from the scientific point of view.’ (Oscar Wilde, Portrait of Dorian Gray ) Tragedy and passions I am painfully aware that the title of this chapter could well be the subtitle to a general essay on Senecan drama. This is a possible source of confusion I would like to dispel right away. It is… Expand
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