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Title: Algunas notas críticas a las Teletis Reliquiae
Authors: Fuentes González, Pedro Pablo
Issue Date: 1992
Abstract: Quatre notes de critique textuelle visant à ce que soient respectés dans le texte les traits stylistiques de la diatribe philosophique populaire (fr. 2; 4 A; 7 Hense).
Teles' preserved texts must still be read in Hense's time-honored second edition (1909), which is inevitably outdated. O'Neil's new edition (1977) has not superseded it. Following Barigazzi's illuminating paper (1962) on the exile sermo, here we attempt to offer a sample of critical proposals closer to the manuscript tradition and more respectful for the stylistic traits of the popular philosophical dialexis, the so-called "diatribe".
Publisher: Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)
Keywords: Greek Manuscripts and Textual Criticism
Textual Criticism
Ancient Greek ethics
Ancient Greek Philosophy
Ancient cynicism
Crítica textual
Otto Hense
Adelmo Barigazzi
Filosofía popular antigua
Popular philosophie
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10481/27532
ISSN: 0013-6662
Rights : Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 License
Citation: Fuentes González, P.P. Algunas notas críticas a las Teletis Reliquiae. Emerita, 60(1): 115-127 (1992). [http://hdl.handle.net/10481/27532]
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