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A penetrating analysis of the Chronographia , which reveals how Psellos integrated his vision of a secular state and his philosophical opposition to Christianity into a historical narrative. Psellos' dissimulation and rhetorical techniques are examined thoroughly
Keywords Philosophy, Medieval   Psellus, Michael
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