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    Discourses of Identity in the Ancient World: Preliminary Remarks.Jakub Filonik & Janek Kucharski - 2021 - Polis 38 (1):1-5.
  2. Alcibiades – life of an illustrious man - (d.) stuttard nemesis. Alcibiades and the fall of athens. Pp. XVIII + 380, ills, maps. Cambridge, ma and London: Harvard university press, 2018. Cased, £21.95, €27, us$29.95. Isbn: 978-0-674-66044-1. [REVIEW]Jakub Filonik - 2020 - The Classical Review 70 (1):161-163.
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    The European Family and Athenian Fatherland: Political Metaphors Ancient and Modern.Jakub Filonik - 2018 - The European Legacy 23 (1-2):25-46.
    This article explores the role and modes of operation of metaphorical framing in ancient Greek and modern European and American political discourse. It looks at how concepts such as citizenship, ownership, family, morality, finance, sport, war, domination, human life, and animals are used to reframe political issues in ways promoted by the speaker, and how they may continue to be reshaped in the ongoing political discourse. The analysis of examples of ancient Athenian public rhetoric and of modern European and American (...)
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    The Polish Nobility’s “Golden Freedom”: On the Ancient Roots of a Political Idea.Jakub Filonik - 2015 - The European Legacy 20 (7):731-744.
    This essay traces the Greek and Roman roots of Polish sixteenth- to eighteenth-century political thought by discussing the Polish nobility’s concept of the “Golden Freedom”. By focusing on the Roman and the Greek concepts of liberty and the mixed constitution, it argues that the Golden Freedom, a notion central to the Polish-Lithuanian nobility’s self-identification, was based on Roman political ideals and practices that were incompatible with the political reality of the Commonwealth.
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    “I Was Following Orders”: An Ancient Greek Archetype of Modern War Crime Legislation.Jakub Filonik, Brenda Griffith-Williams & Janek Kucharski - 2018 - The European Legacy 23 (1-2):1-4.
    This article explores the role and modes of operation of metaphorical framing in ancient Greek and modern European and American political discourse. It looks at how concepts such as citizenship, ownership, family, morality, finance, sport, war, domination, human life, and animals are used to reframe political issues in ways promoted by the speaker, and how they may continue to be reshaped in the ongoing political discourse. The analysis of examples of ancient Athenian public rhetoric and of modern European and American (...)
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