Cicero for and against divination

Auteur: Schofield, Malcolm
Titre: Cicero for and against divination
Revue/Collection: "Journal of Roman Studies", 76
Lieu èdition: London
Éditeur: Society for the promotion of Roman Studies
Annèe edition: 1986
Pages: 47-65
Mots-clès: Philosophie - Filosofia - Philosophy, Religion - Religione - Religion, Rhétorique - Retorica - Rhetorics
Description: [APh] [Comment] Cicero wrote De divinatione because he was attracted by the special opportunities for philosophical rhetoric which it afforded him. He joined Greek and Roman rhetorical styles to create a work which is an exercise in the opposition of arguments, rather than a tract against superstition.
Sigle auteur: Schofield 1986