Greek Political Imagery from Homer to Aristotle

By (author) Brock, Roger

The great helmsman, the watchdog of the people, the medicine the state needs: all these images originated in ancient Greece, yet retain the capacity to influence an audience today. This is the first systematic study of political imagery in ancient Greek literature, history and thought, tracing it from its appearance, influenced by Near Eastern precursors, in Homer and Hesiod, to the end of the classical period and Plato's deployment of images like the helmsman and the doctor in the service of his political philosophy. The historical narrative is complemented by thematic studies of influential complexes of images such as the ship of state, the shepherd of the people, and the state as a household, and enhanced by parallels from later literature and history which illustrate the persistence of Greek concepts in later eras.

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[目次]

  • Introduction Gods as Kings, Kings as Gods The State as a Household The Shepherd of the People The Ship of State The Body Politic Leaders and Communities: The Archaic Period Democracy and Autocracy: The Fifth Century Orators and Philosophers: The Fourth Century Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index

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書名 Greek Political Imagery from Homer to Aristotle
著作者等 Brock, Roger
出版元 Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (Digital)
刊行年月 2013.05.23
ページ数 320p
ISBN 9781472502179
言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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