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    La tradition du néoplatonisme latin au Moyen Âge et à la Renaissance

    Galonnier, Alain, Lamy, Alice, 1973-
    Leuven : Peeters
    2020
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    Titre: La tradition du néoplatonisme latin au Moyen Âge et à la Renaissance / sous la direction d'Alain Galonnier ; avec le concours d'Alice Lamy
    Auteur: Galonnier, Alain; Lamy, Alice, 1973-
    Editeur: Leuven : Peeters
    Date: 2020
    Collation: vi, 370 pages ; 24 cm
    Collection: Philosophes medievaux ; tome 68
    Documents dans cette collection: Philosophes médiévaux : collection de textes et d'études
    Sujet RERO: Néoplatonisme - Philosophie médiévale - Philosophie de la Renaissance - Littérature latine médiévale et moderne - Moyen âge - Renaissance
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Description: La réalité d'une école néoplatonicienne latine fait débat depuis de nombreuses années. Les interrogations se bousculent donc à son sujet. A-t-elle vraiment existé, structurée par une tendance doctrinale et des représentants conscients d'y appartenir, ou n'y eut-il que des auteurs d'expression latine dispersés, qui se sont référés, chacun à sa manière, avec des objectifs et des résultats différents, aux penseurs néoplatoniciens grecs ? Les multiples emprunts faits à ces derniers que l'on peut y repérer trahissent-ils une adhésion plus ou moins profonde au système qui les sous-tend, ou ne sont-ils que la manifestation d'une réception superficielle et d'une pure instrumentalisation ? Peut-on concevoir un tel mouvement en dehors du commentarisme strict ? Le néoplatonisme chrétien serait-il le seul à avoir constitué une tradition, renvoyant le courant païen à la nébuleuse évoquée ? C'est à ce genre de questions, et à certaines autres, que le présent recueil s'efforce de répondre, en parcourant, sous divers éclairages, plus de mille ans d'histoire de la pensée occidentale.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 319-351) and index
    Identifiant: 9042941294 (ISBN); 9789042941298 (paperback) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009040321
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    Titre: Non omnis moriar : Die Horaz-Rezeption in der neulateinischen Literatur vom 15. bis zum 17. Jahrhundert = La réception d’Horace dans la littérature néo-latine du XVe au XVIIe siècle = La ricezione di Orazio nella letteratura in latino dal XV al XVII secolo : (Deutschland – France – Italia) / herausgegeben von Marc Laureys, Nathalie Dauvois und Donatella Coppini
    Auteur: Coppini, Donatella; Dauvois, Nathalie, 1955-; Laureys, Marc
    Editeur: Hildesheim ; Zürich ; New York : Georg Olms Verlag
    Date: 2020
    Collation: 2 volumes (xix, x, 1450 pages) : illustrations ; 22 cm
    Collection: Noctes Neolatinae ; Band 35
    Documents dans cette collection: Noctes Neolatinae = Neo-Latin texts and studies
    Sujet RERO: Influence littéraire, artistique, etc - Appréciation - Littérature latine médiévale et moderne - 15e siècle-17e siècle - 14e siècle-18e siècle - Horace - Allemagne - France - Italie
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Identifiant: 3487158191 (ISBN); 9783487158198 : EUR 296.00 (DE), EUR 236.00 (DE) (Subskriptionspreis bis 31.03.2020), EUR 304.30 (AT), EUR 242.70 (AT) (Subskriptionspreis bis 31.03.2020) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009029181
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    Emotional trauma in Greece and Rome : representations and reactions

    Karanika, Andromache, 1971-
    Abingdon ; New York : Routledge
    [2020]
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    Titre: Emotional trauma in Greece and Rome : representations and reactions / edited by Andromache Karanika and Vassiliki Panoussi
    Auteur: Karanika, Andromache, 1971-
    Editeur: Abingdon ; New York : Routledge
    Date: [2020]
    Collation: 236 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
    Collection: Routledge monographs in classical studies
    Documents dans cette collection: Routledge monographs in classical studies
    Sujet RERO: Littérature latine - Littérature grecque antique - Traumatisme psychique - Psychologie
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Actes de congrès]
    Sujet LCSH: Classical literature -- History and criticism - Psychic trauma in literature - Psychology and literature
    Description: This volume examines emotional trauma in the ancient world, focusing on literary texts from different genres (epic, theatre, lyric poetry, philosophy, historiography) and archaeological evidence. The material covered spans geographically from Greece and Rome to Judaea, with a chronological range from about 8th c. bce to 1st c. ce. The collection is organized according to broad themes to showcase the wide range of possibilities that trauma theory offers as a theoretical framework for a new analysis of ancient sources. It also demonstrates the various ways in which ancient texts illuminate contemporary problems and debates in trauma studies.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Identifiant: 9780815373476 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009020026
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    La poésie astrologique dans la littérature grecque et latine

    Monteventi, Vanessa
    Bâle : Schwabe
    [2020]
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    Titre: La poésie astrologique dans la littérature grecque et latine / Vanessa Monteventi
    Auteur: Monteventi, Vanessa
    Editeur: Bâle : Schwabe
    Date: [2020]
    Collation: 325 p.
    Collection: Schweizerische Beiträge zur Altertumswissenschaft ; 49
    Documents dans cette collection: Schweizerische Beiträge zur Altertumswissenschaft
    Sujet RERO: Astrologie antique - Littérature grecque - Littérature latine
    Classification: CDU 87.09-1
    Identifiant: 9783796540769 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009014416
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    Fantasy in Greek and Roman literature

    Anderson, Graham
    London ; New York : Routledge
    2020
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    Titre: Fantasy in Greek and Roman literature / Graham Anderson
    Auteur: Anderson, Graham
    Editeur: London ; New York : Routledge
    Date: 2020
    Collation: x, 222 pages
    Collection: Routledge monographs in classical studies
    Documents dans cette collection: Routledge monographs in classical studies
    Sujet RERO: Fantaisie - Imagination - Théorie de la fiction - Littérature grecque - Littérature latine
    Sujet LCSH: Classical literature -- History and criticism - Fantasy in literature
    Identifiant: 9780367139902 (hbk) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008983226
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    Motion in classical literature : Homer, Parmenides, Sophocles, Ovid, Seneca, Tacitus, art

    Hutchinson, G.O., 1957-
    Oxford : Oxford University Press
    [2020]
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    Titre: Motion in classical literature : Homer, Parmenides, Sophocles, Ovid, Seneca, Tacitus, art / G. O. Hutchinson
    Auteur: Hutchinson, G.O., 1957-
    Edition: First edition.
    Editeur: Oxford : Oxford University Press
    Date: [2020]
    Collation: xvi, 311 pages : illustrations
    Sujet RERO: Littérature grecque - Littérature latine - Mouvement - Homère. Iliade - Ovide. Métamorphoses - Tacite. Annales - Sophocle. Philoctète - Sophocle. Oedipe à Colone - Parmenide. Fragments - Sénèque (le Jeune). Questions naturelles
    Description: Classical literature is full of humans, gods, and animals in impressive motion. The specific features of this motion are expressive ; it is closely intertwined with decisions, emotions, and character. However, although the importance of space has recently been realized with the advent of the 'spatial turn' in the humanities, motion has yet to receive such attention, for all its prominence in literature and its interest to ancient philosophy. 0This volume begins with an exploration of motion in particular works of visual art, and continues by examining the characteristics of literary depiction. Seven works are then used as case-studies: Homer's Iliad, Ovid's Metamorphoses, Tacitus' Annals, Sophocles' Philoctetes and Oedipus at Colonus, Parmenides' On Nature, and Seneca's Natural Questions. The two narrative poems diverge rewardingly, as do the philosophical poetry and prose. Important in the philosophical poem and the prose history are metaphorical motion and the absence of motion ; the dramas scrutinize motion verbally and visually. 0Each study first pursues the general roles of motion in the particular work and provides detail on its language of motion. It then engages in close analysis of particular passages, to show how much emerges when motion is scrutinized. Among the aspects which emerge as important are speed, scale, and shape of movement ; motion and fixity ; the movement of one person and a group ; motion willed and imposed ; motion in images and in unrealized possibilities. The conclusion looks at these aspects across0the works, and at differences of genre and period. This new and stimulating approach opens up extensive areas for interpretation ; it can also be productively applied to the literature of successive eras.
    Identifiant: 0198855621 (ISBN); 9780198855620 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009004018
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    Narratives of time and gender in antiquity

    Maurizio, Lisa, Eidinow, Esther
    London ; New York, NY : Routledge
    2020
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    Titre: Narratives of time and gender in antiquity / edited by Esther Eidinow and Lisa Maurizio
    Auteur: Maurizio, Lisa; Eidinow, Esther
    Editeur: London ; New York, NY : Routledge
    Date: 2020
    Collation: 190 pages
    Sujet RERO: Littérature grecque - Littérature latine - Temps - Femmes - Antiquité
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Actes de congrès]
    Description: "This volume offers new insights into ancient figurations of temporality by focusing on the relationship between gender and time across a range of genres. Each essay in this collection places gender at the center of its exploration of time, and the volume includes time in treatises, genealogical lists, calendars, prophetic literature, ritual practice, and historical and poetic narratives from the Greco-Roman world. Many of the essays begin with female characters, but all of them emphasize how and why time is an integral component of ancient categories of female and male. Relying on theorists who offer ways to explore the connections between time and gender encoded in narrative tropes, plots, pronouns, images, or metaphors, the contributors tease out how time and gender were intertwined in the symbolic register of Greek and Roman thought. Narratives of Time and Gender in Antiquity provides a rich and provocative theoretical analysis of time-and its relationship to gender-in ancient texts. It will be of interest to anyone working on time in the ancient world, or students of gender in antiquity"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Identifiant: 9781138503540 (hbk) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008992823
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    The deaths of the Republic : imagery of the body politic in Ciceronian Rome

    Walters, Brian
    Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press
    2020
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    Titre: The deaths of the Republic : imagery of the body politic in Ciceronian Rome / Brian Walters
    Auteur: Walters, Brian
    Edition: First edition.
    Editeur: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press
    Date: 2020
    Collation: xiv, 158 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
    Sujet RERO: Littérature latine - Politique et gouvernement - Science politique - Métaphore - Corps humain - Maladies - Mort - Mutilations - République romaine (Rome 509 av. J.-C.-30 av. J.-C.) - Cicéron - Rome
    Description: "This book examines imagery of the body politic in the works of Cicero and his contemporaries and explores its impact on the politics of Rome in the first century BCE. Emphasis throughout is on the ideological underpinnings of such images and their uses as a means of persuasion. Chapter 1 reads the well-known fable of Menenius Agrippa as a paradigm for late-republican invocations of the embodied state. Chapter 2 examines imagery of disease and healing, focusing especially on connections with political violence. Chapter 3 considers claims of wounding and mutilating the republic. Chapter 4 explores references to the body politic's demise in invective and consolations. Political oratory provides much of the evidence of these chapters, but is everywhere supplemented by other sources. Chapter 5 historicizes prior discussions by focusing on a single controversial image, that of murdering the fatherland, in the aftermath of Caesar's assassination"
    Identifiant: 9780198839576 ((hardback)) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009025772
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    Classical literature and posthumanism

    Chesi, Giulia Maria, Spiegel, Francesca
    London ; New York ; Oxford ; New Delhi ; Sydney : Bloomsbury Academic
    [2020]
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    Titre: Classical literature and posthumanism / edited by Giulia Maria Chesi and Francesca Spiegel
    Auteur: Chesi, Giulia Maria; Spiegel, Francesca
    Editeur: London ; New York ; Oxford ; New Delhi ; Sydney : Bloomsbury Academic
    Date: [2020]
    Collation: xv, 460 pages ; 25 cm
    Sujet RERO: Littérature grecque - Littérature latine - Transhumanisme - Animaux - Monstres - Machines - Objet (philosophie) - Individu (métaphysique) - Cyborgs
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Études diverses]
    Sujet LCSH: Animals in literature - Classical literature -- History and criticism - Cyborgs in literature - Machine theory in literature - Machinery in literature - Monsters in literature - Object (Philosophy) in literature - Philosophical anthropology in literature
    Contient: Theoretical introduction: The subject of the human / Giulia Maria Chesi and Francesca Spiegel -- Introductions to post/human theories. The question of the animal and the Aristotelian human horse / Oxana Timofeeva -- Foucault, the monstrous and monstrosity / Luciano Nuzzo -- How to become a cyborg / Kirstin Mertlitsch -- Anders, Simondon and the becoming of the posthuman / Yuk Hui -- De/humanization. Odysseus, the boar and the anthropogenic machine / Marianne Hopman -- What is it like to be a donkey (with a human mind)? Pseudo-Lucian's Onos / Tua Korhonen -- Quam soli vidistis equi : focalization and animal subjectivity in Valerius Flaccus / Anne Tuttle Mackay -- Animality, illness and dehumanisation: the phenomenology of illness in Sophocles' Philoctetes / Chiara Thumiger -- The imperial animal : Virgil's Georgics and the anthropo-/theriomorphic enterprise / Tom Geue -- Animals, governance and warfare in the Iliad and Aeschylus' Persians / Manuela Giordano -- The sovereign and the beast : images of ancient tyranny / Roland Baumgarten -- The monstrous. Typhoeus or cosmic regression (Theogony 821-880) / Jenny Strauss Clay -- Demonic disease in tragedy : illness, animality, and dehumanisation / Giovanni Ceschi -- The Sphinx and another thinking of life / Kathrine Fleming -- When Rome's elephants weep : humane monsters from Pompey's theater to Virgil's Trojan horse / Aaron Kachuck -- The monstrosity of Cato in Lucan's Civil war / James McNamara -- Why can't I have wings? Aristophanes' birds / Maria Gerolemou -- Bodies and entanglements. The seer's two bodies : some early Greek histories of technology / Martin Devecka -- Fluid cypress and hybrid bodies as a cognitively disturbing metaphor in Euripides' Cretans / Johan Tralau -- Body politics in the Antiquitates romanae of Dionysius of Halicarnassus / Yuddi Gershon -- The myth of Io, and female cyborgic identity / Antonietta Provenza -- Cosmic, animal and human becomings : a case study in ancient philosophy / Laura Rosella Schluderer -- Post-humanism in Seneca's happy life : "animalism", personification, and private property in Roman Stoicism (Epistulae morales 113 and De vita beata 5-8) / Alex Dressler -- Hagiography without humans : Simeon the Stylite / Virginia Burrus -- Objects, machines and robotic devices. Assemblages and objects in Greek tragedy / Nancy Worman -- Hybris and hybridity in Aeschylus' Persians: a post-humanist perspective on Xerxes' expedition / Anne-Sophie Noel -- Malfunctions of embodiment : man/weapon agency and the Greek ideology of masculinity / Francesca Spiegel -- Aeneid 12 : a cyborg border war / Elena Giusti -- The presence of presents: speaking objects in Martial's Xenia and Apophoreta / Katherine Wasdin -- Automatopoetae machinae : laws of nature and human invention (Vitruvius ix. 8.4-7) / Mireille Courrent -- Pandora and robotic technology today / Giulia Maria Chesi & Giacomo Sclavi -- Art, life and the creation of automata : on Pindar, Olympian 7.50-53 / Agis Marinis -- Staying alive : Plato, Horace and the written text / Alexander Kirichenko -- Beyond the beautiful evil? the ancient/future history of sex robots / Genevieve Liveley -- Conclusions / Simon Goldhill
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Identifiant: 1350069507 (ISBN); 9781350069503 ((hb)) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008990065
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    Heirs of Roman persecution : studies on a Christian and para-Christian discourse in Late Antiquity

    Fournier, Eric, 1975-
    London ; New York : Routledge
    2020
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    Titre: Heirs of Roman persecution : studies on a Christian and para-Christian discourse in Late Antiquity / edited by Éric Fournier and Wendy Mayer
    Auteur: Fournier, Eric, 1975-
    Editeur: London ; New York : Routledge
    Date: 2020
    Collation: 347 p.
    Sujet RERO: Antiquité tardive - Persécutions - Grandes invasions (Rome 3e siècle-6e siècle) - Christianisme antique - Littérature latine - Littérature chrétienne primitive - Rome - Méditerranée (bassin)
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Actes de congrès]
    Sujet LCSH: Church history -- Primitive and early church, approximately 30-600 - Persecution -- History -- Early church, approximately 30-600
    Description: "The subject of this book is the discourse of persecution used by Christians in Late Antiquity (c. 300-700 CE). Through a series of detailed case studies covering the full chronological and geographical span of the period, it investigates how the conversion of the Roman Empire to Christianity changed the way that Christians and para-Christians perceived the hostile treatments they received, either by fellow Christians or by people of other religions. A closely related second goal of this volume is to encourage scholars to think more precisely about the terminological difficulties related to the study of persecution. Indeed, despite sustained interest in the subject, few scholars have sought to distinguish between such closely related concepts as punishment, coercion, physical violence, and persecution. Often, these terms are used interchangeably. While there are no easy answers, an emphatic conclusion of the studies assembled in this volume is that "persecution" was a malleable rhetorical label in late antique discourse, whose meaning shifted depending on the viewpoint of the authors who used it. This leads to our third objective: to analyze the role and function played by rhetoric and polemic in late antique claims to be persecuted. Late antique Christian writers who cast their present as a repetition of past persecutions often aimed to attack the legitimacy of the dominant Christian faction through a process of othering. This discourse also expressed a polarizing worldview in order to strengthen the group identity of the writers' community in the midst of ideological conflicts and to encourage steadfastness against the temptation to collaborate with the other side"
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Identifiant: 0815375123 (ISBN); 9780815375128 (hardback) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R009002788
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