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Contents Abbreviations ix Introduction 1 Texts, Translations, and Commentary Section 1 Antisthenes’ Biography: Homeland, Parents, and Social Status (t. 1–­ 11) 27 Section 2 Antisthenes as Follower of Socrates (t. 12–­ 21) 45 Section 3 Antisthenes after Socrates (t. 22–­ 40) 76 Section 4 Antisthenes’ Writings (t. 41–­ 52) 120 Section 5 The Judgment of the Arms (t. 53–­ 54) 188 Section 6 Testimonia from the First Two Tomoi (t. 55–­ 67) 233 Section 7 Politics and Wealth (t. 68–­ 83) 251 Section 8 Cyrus, Heracles, and Ethics (t. 84–­ 99) 303 Section 9 Ethics, Toil, and Pleasure (t. 100–­ 134) 334 Section 10 Antisthenes, the Cynics, and the Stoics (t. 135–­ 140) 395 Section 11 Ethical Characters: Alcibiades and Aspasia (t. 141–­ 144) 414 Section 12 Language (t. 145–­ 159) 422 Section 13 On Education (t. 160–­ 175) 541 Section 14 Nature, Eschatology, and Theology (t. 176–­ 184) 568 Section 15 Studies of Homer (t. 185–­ 197) 584 Section 16 Alcibiades and the Politicians (t. 198–­ 204) 678 Section 17 Imperial Imitations (t. 206–­ 208) 688 viii Contents Concordance of Decleva Caizzi’s Antisthenis Fragmenta711 Index of Source Authors and Editions 715 Selected Bibliography 723 Index of Greek and Latin Terms and Words 747 General Index 768 ...

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ISBN
9780472120611
Related ISBN
9780472119349
MARC Record
OCLC
933515938
Pages
824
Launched on MUSE
2016-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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