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古代における対話篇の終わり

The End of Dialogue in Antiquity

Goldhill, Simon (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2020/08
274 p.   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781108823845
装丁違いISBN: 0521887747
KCN: 1039867595
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New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2009. This book, the first general and systematic study of the genre in antiquity, asks: who wrote dialogues and why? Why did dialogue no longer attract writers in the later period in the same way?

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Dialogue was invented as a written genre by fifth-century Greeks but in the ancient Christian empire became a largely forgotten form. It raises profound questions of freedom, openness, power and authority. This volume investigates why dialogue matters. Who wrote dialogues and why? Who repressed dialogues and why?
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Table of Contents

Introduction: why don't Christians do dialogue? Simon Goldhill; Part I. Classical Models: 1. Fictions of dialogue in Thucydides Emily Greenwood; 2. The beginnings of dialogue: Socratic discourses and fourth-century prose Andrew Ford; 3. Plato's dialogues and a common rationale for dialogue form Alex Long; Part II. Empire Models: 4. Ciceronian dialogue Malcolm Schofield; 5. Sympotic dialogue in the first to fifth centuries CE Jason Koenig; Part III. Christianity and the Theological Imperative: 6. Can we talk? Augustine and the possibility of dialogue Gillian Clark; 7. Let's (not) talk about it: Augustine and the control of epistolary dialogue Richard Miles; Part IV. Christianity and the Social: 8. Christians, dialogue and patterns of sociability in late antiquity Richard Lim; 9. Boethius, Gregory the Great and the Christian 'afterlife' of Classical dialogue Kate Cooper and Matthew Dal Santo; Part V. Judaism and the Limits of Dialogue: 10. No dialogue at the symposium? Conviviality in Ben Sira and the Palestinian Talmud Seth Schwartz; 11. Dialectic and divination in the Talmud Daniel Boyarin.