By Ryan K. Balot
Contains 34 essays from major students in historical past, classics, philosophy, and political technological know-how to light up Greek and Roman political notion in all its range and intensity. deals a extensive survey of historic political notion from Archaic Greece via overdue AntiquityApproaches old political philosophy from either a normative and old focusExamines Greek and Roman political suggestion inside historical context and modern debateExplores the position of historical political suggestion in more than a few philosophies, akin to the person and group, human rights, religion. Read more...
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Guided by the political reflections of the ancients, these theorists explore how we might elevate the modern citizenry’s understanding and experience of politics to a level commensurate with its democratic power. The present volume puts on display, among much else, the rich and theoretically well-informed vocabulary of political virtue that the world of classical antiquity has to offer theorists interested in improving the quality of our civic discourse. At all events, classical political life and thought help us to raise additional questions about the distinctively Rawlsian brand of liberalism that remains suspicious of any public conversations based on comprehensive or substantive conceptions of human goodness.
De fortuna Alexandri 40 De Stoic. rep. De Stoicorum repugnantiis (On the contradictions of the Stoics) De De tranquillitate animi (On the tranquility of the mind) tranq. anim. De Virt. De virtute morali (On Moral Virtue) mor. Vit. Vitae parallelae (Parallel Lives) Alc. Alcibiades Alex. Alexander Arat. Aratus Arist. Aristides Caes. Caesar Cam. Camittus Cic. Cicero Dem. Demosthenes Demetr. Demetrius Lye. Lycurgus Per. Pericles Pomp. Pompeius Pyrrh. Pyrrhus 41 Rom. Romulus Solon Sol. Ti. Gracch. Tim.
A Companion to Greek and Roman Political Thought by Ryan K. Balot