Ramus volume 48, issue 2, P198-222 2019 DOI: 10.1017/rmu.2019.17 View full text
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David Blair Pass

Abstract: The lively discussion of the relationship between rhetoric and philosophy, the presentation of a theory of writing dialogues that combine elements from different genres and a dramatic frame that presents this theory in an Athenian setting as philosophical schools such as the Stoa and the Academy explain to the citizens their contributions to civic virtue make the Twice Accused not only one of the most important dialogues for understanding Lucian's project but also one of the most important literary treatments …

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