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PHOENIX LXXII: 3-4 (Fall-Winter/automne-hiver 2018)

 

PHILOSOPHICAL CURRENTS IN FLAVIAN LITERATURE


ARTICLES

  • Introduction  Alison Keith
  • Valerius’ Natural Questions? Interpreting the Flavian Argonautica  Emma Buckley

  • Distance Learning: Competing Philosophies at Sea in Book 2 of Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica  Darcy Krasne

  • Valerius’ Reception of Hellenistic Consolation: A Response to Buckley and Krasne  Chiara Graf

  • Dominique imitantia mores: Pluto’s Unphilosophic Underworld in Statius Thebaid 8  Lorenza Bennardo

  • Anger in the Extreme? Ira, Excess, and the Punica Claire Stocks

  • Philosophy and Flavian Epic: A Response to Stocks and Bennardo  Matthew Watton

  • Epicurean Principle and Poetic Program in Martial Epigrams 10.47–48  Alison Keith

  • Pliny and the Social Life of Philosophy  Sarah Blake
  • Philosophy and Its Literary Representation in Horace, Martial, and Pliny the Younger: A Response to Keith and Blake  Joseph Gerbasi

 

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