The Manhandling of Maecenas: Senecan Abstractions of Masculinity

@article{Graver1998TheMO,
  title={The Manhandling of Maecenas: Senecan Abstractions of Masculinity},
  author={Margaret R. Graver},
  journal={American Journal of Philology},
  year={1998},
  volume={119},
  pages={608 - 632}
}
Etude du portrait de Mecene developpe par Seneque dans le sens d'une illustration d'un principe abstrait relevant a la fois de l'hermeneutique et de la philosophie morale: celui de la virtus comme condition ideale de la psyche humaine et comme norme culturelle du comportement masculin defini par son style viril. Examinant la question du style dans la 114 e me des «Lettres morales», ainsi que la problematique d'une ecriture virile caracteristique de l'ingenium litteraire, l'A. rapproche cette… 

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