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Free speech in classical antiquity [electronic resource] / edited by Ineke Sluiter & Ralph M. Rosen.

By: (2nd : Penn-Leiden Colloquium on Ancient Values (2nd : 2002 : University of Pennsylvania).
Contributor(s): Sluiter, I. (Ineke) | Rosen, Ralph Mark.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Mnemosyne, bibliotheca classica BatavaSupplementum: 254.Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2004Description: 1 online resource (xii, 450 p.).ISBN: 1429408413 (electronic bk.); 9781429408417 (electronic bk.); 9789004139251 (alk. paper); 9004139257 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Classical literature -- History and criticism -- Congresses | Politics and literature -- Greece -- Congresses | Law and literature -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses | Politics and literature -- Rome -- Congresses | Freedom of speech in literature -- Congresses | Freedom of speech -- Greece -- Congresses | Political oratory -- Greece -- Congresses | Freedom of speech -- Rome -- Congresses | Political oratory -- Rome -- Congresses | Oratory, Ancient -- Congresses | Classical literature -- History and criticism | Politics and literature -- Greece | Law and literature -- History -- To 1500 | Politics and literature -- Rome | Freedom of speech in literature | Freedom of speech -- Greece | Political oratory -- Greece | Freedom of speech -- Rome | Political oratory -- Rome | Oratory, Ancient | Litt�erature ancienne -- Histoire et critique -- Congr�es | Politique et litt�erature -- Gr�ece -- Congr�es | Droit et litt�erature -- Histoire -- Jusqu'�a 500 -- Congr�es | Politique et litt�erature -- Rome -- Congr�es | Libert�e d'expression dans la litt�erature -- Congr�es | Libert�e d'expression -- Gr�ece -- Congr�es | �Eloquence politique -- Gr�ece -- Congr�es | Libert�e d'expression -- Rome -- Congr�es | �Eloquence politique -- Rome -- Congr�es | �Eloquence antique -- Congr�es | LITERARY CRITICISM -- Ancient & Classical | Recht van meningsuiting | Letterkunde | Cultuurgeschiedenis | Klassieke oudheid | Literatura cl�assica (hist�oria e cr�itica;congressos) | Redefreiheit | Literatur | Parrhesia | Philadelphia <Pa., 2002> | Latein | GriechischGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Free speech in classical antiquity.DDC classification: 880/.09 Other classification: 15.51 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
General Introduction / Ineke Sluiter, Ralph M. Rosen -- Nereids, Colonies and the Origins of Isegoria / Jeremy McInerney -- Aristocracy and Freedom of Speech in the Greco-Roman World / Kurt A. Raaflaub -- Binding Speeches: Giving Voice to Deadly Thoughts in Greek Epitaphs / Eric Casey -- Women's Free Speech in Greek Tragedy / Hanna M. Roisman -- Aischrology, Shame, and Comedy / Stephen Halliwell -- Harassing the Satirist: The Alleged Attempts to Prosecute Aristophanes / Alan H. Sommerstein -- Making Words Count: Freedom of Speech and Narrative in Thucydides / Emily Greenwood -- Citizen Attribute, Negative Right: A Conceptual Difference Between Ancient and Modern Ideas of Freedom of Speech / D.M. Carter -- The Power to Speak-and not to Listen-in Ancient Athens / Robert W. Wallace -- Free Speech, Courage, and Democratic Deliberation / Ryan K. Balot -- Speaker-Audience Interaction in Athens: A Power Struggle / Joseph Roisman -- Socratic Parrhesia and its Afterlife in Plato's Laws / Marlein van Raalte -- [characters not reproducible] in Aristotle / J.J. Mulhern -- Freedom of Speech and the Roman Republican Army / Stefan G. Chrissanthos -- Speaking Before Superiors: Orpheus in Vergil and Ovid / Victoria Pagan -- Historiography and Freedom of Speech: The Case of Cremutius Cordus / Mary R. McHugh -- Libertas or Licentia? Freedom and Criticism in Roman Satire / Susanna Morton Braund.
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Consists of a collection of papers presented at the second Penn-Leiden Colloquium on Ancient Values, held in June 2002 at the University of Pennsylvania.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

General Introduction / Ineke Sluiter, Ralph M. Rosen -- Nereids, Colonies and the Origins of Isegoria / Jeremy McInerney -- Aristocracy and Freedom of Speech in the Greco-Roman World / Kurt A. Raaflaub -- Binding Speeches: Giving Voice to Deadly Thoughts in Greek Epitaphs / Eric Casey -- Women's Free Speech in Greek Tragedy / Hanna M. Roisman -- Aischrology, Shame, and Comedy / Stephen Halliwell -- Harassing the Satirist: The Alleged Attempts to Prosecute Aristophanes / Alan H. Sommerstein -- Making Words Count: Freedom of Speech and Narrative in Thucydides / Emily Greenwood -- Citizen Attribute, Negative Right: A Conceptual Difference Between Ancient and Modern Ideas of Freedom of Speech / D.M. Carter -- The Power to Speak-and not to Listen-in Ancient Athens / Robert W. Wallace -- Free Speech, Courage, and Democratic Deliberation / Ryan K. Balot -- Speaker-Audience Interaction in Athens: A Power Struggle / Joseph Roisman -- Socratic Parrhesia and its Afterlife in Plato's Laws / Marlein van Raalte -- [characters not reproducible] in Aristotle / J.J. Mulhern -- Freedom of Speech and the Roman Republican Army / Stefan G. Chrissanthos -- Speaking Before Superiors: Orpheus in Vergil and Ovid / Victoria Pagan -- Historiography and Freedom of Speech: The Case of Cremutius Cordus / Mary R. McHugh -- Libertas or Licentia? Freedom and Criticism in Roman Satire / Susanna Morton Braund.

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