Classical Rhetorics and Rhetoricians: Critical Studies and Sources, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0313058393
  • ISBN-13: 9780313058394
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 402 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2005 | Published/Released August 2007
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Overview

Chronicles the history and legacy of ancient rhetoric. Includes entries on classical rhetoricians who have shaped the history of Western civilization.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Introduction.
1: Alcidamas (Fifth Century–After 369 BCE).
2: Anaximenes, Rhetorica ad Alexandrum (ca. 341–300 BCE).
3: Anonymous Seguerianus (ca. 170–230? CE).
4: Antiphon (ca. 480–411 BCE).
5: Apsines of Gadara (ca. 190–ca. 250 CE).
6: Aristides, Aelius (117–ca. 180 CE).
7: Aristotle (384–322 BCE).
8: Aspasia of Miletus (Fifth Century BCE).
9: Attic Orators: Demosthenes, Aeschines, and Lysias (ca. Early Fifth Century–Late Fourth Century BCE).
10: Augustinus, Aurelius (354–430 CE).
11: Boethius, Anicius Manlius Severinus (ca. 475–ca. 524 CE).
12: Chrysostom, John (349–407 CE).
13: Cicero, Marcus Tullius (106–43 BCE).
14: Corax and Tisias (Mid-Fifth Century BCE).
15: Cornelia (ca. 190s–100s BCE).
16: Demetrius of Phaleron (ca. 350s–283 BCE).
17: "Demetrius," on Style (ca. 275 BCE).
18: Dio (Chrysostom) Cocceianus (ca. 40–ca. 110 CE).
19: Diogenes of Sinope (ca. 404[?]–323 BCE).
20: Dionysius of Halicarnassus (ca. 55–ca. 7 BCE).
21: Diotima of Mantinea (ca. 460–420? BCE).
22: Dissoi Logoi (ca. 400 BCE).
23: The Elder Seneca (ca. 55 BCE–ca. 39 CE).
24: Favorinus (ca. 80–150 CE).
25: Fronto, Marcus Cornelius (ca. 95–167 CE).
26: Gorgias (ca. 480s–380s BCE).
27: Gregory of Nazianzus (ca. 329–389 CE).
28: Heraclitus (Floruit ca. 500 BCE).
29: Hermagoras of Temnos (Late Second Century BCE).
30: Hermogenes of Tarsus (160–ca. 225 CE).
31: Atticus, Herodes (ca. 101–177 CE).
32: Himerius (ca. 320–ca. 396 CE).
33: Hippias of Elis (ca. 460–400 BCE).
34: Homer (Eighth Century BCE?).
35: Hortensia (ca. 70s–10s BCE).
36: Hypatia (355[?]–415 CE).
37: Isocrates (436–338 BCE).
38: Libanius (314–395 CE).
39: Longinus, on the Sublime (First–Third Centuries BCE).
40: Menander of Laodicea (Third Century CE).
41: Pericles (ca. 500–429 BCE).
42: Philodemus (ca. 110–ca. 40 BCE).
43: Philostratus (ca. 170–244/249 CE).
44: Plato (429/7–347 BCE).
45: Pliny the Younger (ca. 61–ca. 112 CE).
46: Plutarch (ca. 46–ca. 120 CE).
47: Polemo, Marcus Antonius (ca. 88–144 CE).
48: Prodicus of Ceos (Fifth Century BCE).
49: Progymnasmata (First-Fifth Centuries CE).
50: Protagoras (490–420 BCE).
51: Pythagorean Women (Late Sixth Century BCE–Third Century CE).
52: Quintilianus, Fabius (ca. 40–ca. 100 CE).
53: Rhetorica ad Herennium (ca. 86–82 BCE).
54: Sappho (ca. 612–580 BCE).
55: Seneca the Younger (4 BCE–65 CE).
56: Empiricus, Sextus (Second-Third Century CE).
57: Socrates (ca. 469–399 BCE).
58: Tacitus, Cornelius (ca. 55–117 CE).
59: Theophrastus (ca. 371–287 BCE).
60: Thrasymachus (ca. 470–400 BCE).
61: Flavus, Verginius (Floruit 49 CE).
Bibliographic Essay.
Index.
About the Editors and the Contributors.