Cambridge Classical Studies

Cambridge Classical Studies

Hoenig, Christina (University of Pittsburgh)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

The book explores the development of Platonic philosophy by Roman writers between the first century BCE and the early fifth century CE. Discusses the interpretation of Plato's Timaeus by Cicero, Apuleius, Calcidius, and Augustine, and examines how they contributed to the construction of the complex and multifaceted genre of Roman Platonism.
1. The setting. Plato's Timaeus; 2. Cicero; 3. Apuleius; 4. Calcidius; 5. Augustine; Epilogue.
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