The Philosophical Orations

Oxford University Press (1997)

Abstract
Trapp offers a new annotated translation of the philosophical orations of Maximus of Tyre. These orations cover a range of topics from Platonic theology to the proper attitude to pleasure. They open a window onto the second century's world of the Second Sophistic and Christian apologists, as well as on to that of the Florentine Platonists of the later fifteenth century who read, studied, and imitated the orations.
Keywords Philosophy, Ancient
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Call number B588.D572.E5 1996
ISBN(s) 0198149891
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