Cicero, de Oratore Libri III, Bd. 5: Book III, 96-230

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De oratore is Cicero's most ambitious and original work. Written at the height of his oratorical powers in 55 BC, in the form of a literary dialogue, it goes far beyond "rhetoric" as it was taught in antiquity. It addresses the question of the skills and knowledge of the consummate orator, and pays particular attention to the hotly debated issue of the relationship between oratory and philosophy. This is the final volume of the "Leeman-Pinkster-Commentary" on "De oratore" recently dubbed "one of the great resources of ...

Cicero, de Oratore Libri III, Bd. 5: Book III, 96-230 2008, Universitatsverlag Winter, Heidelberg

ISBN-13: 9783825315887

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