This issue brings together the papers of a workshop focusing on the theme of man and animal: human beings speak about themselves through the animal, and make the animal in their image and, sometimes take its appearance. The exploration of the resemblance between human beings and animals constitutes, because it allows us to question human nature.
Lectures du livre III des Entretiens d'Epictète
Interpretations of Epictetus' Discourses, Book 3
Through an approach that brings together contributors from various specialties, this volume, which is the result of international meetings in ancient philosophy, seeks to give an account of Epictetus' thought in all its richness by examining the historical, rhetorical and philosophical issues at stake in Epictetus' Discourses, Book 3.
The aim of the papers brought together in this volume is to show how the Homeric text and the figurative representations can be complementary to each other, and how they shed light on each other.We have tried to take into consideration the different modes of representation, giving a preponderant place to figurative,pictorial or sculptural represent
The work of Herodas, which emphasizes a learned culture, the crossing of genres and brevity, is at the heart of Hellenistic aesthetics. This volume brings together several articles which aim to highlight certain specific characteristics of the art of this poet, who has been rediscovered relatively recently
Aitia, n° 9-2/2019
Approches linguistiques d'Apollonios de Rhodes
Linguistic approaches of Apollonius Rhodius
This issue of the Aitia-journal collects the proceedings of an unprecedented workshop on the language of Apollonius of Rhodes. If the Alexandrian literature knew a revival of interest for a few decades, the attention which one paid to the language used by the Alexandrian poets remains still very weak. Here is asked the question of linguistic study
Le bouvier dans la poésie hellénistique et le roman grec
Cowherds in Hellenistic Poetry and Greek Novel
Quelques approches du philosophe stoïcien Lucius Annaeus Cornutus
A New Look at the Stoic Philosopher Lucius Annaeus Cornutus
The present papers are devoted to the Stoic Lucius Annaeus Cornutus (born about 10–20 A.D. and died after 65 A.D.), both a prominent figure in Antiquity, since he was the master of Persius and Lucan, and a quite obscure one today.
Hellenistica Posnaniensia: Aspects du lyrisme hellénistique
Hellenistica Posnaniensia: Faces of Hellenistic Lyric
The wide and varied thematic nature of the collected papers is ranging from detailed studies of individual works or authors to more general aspects, such as contrasting twists of the stanza in post-classical lyric.
Études sur le De elementis de Galien
Studies on Galen's De elementis
The present papers focus on Galen's (129–ca. 216) treatise On the elements according to Hippocrates, probably written ca. 169, during his second stay in Rome.