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The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval And Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition (Brill"s Companions to the Christian Tradition)

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Published by Brill Academic Publishers .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prose & writers: classical, early & medieval,
  • Rhetoric, Ancient,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Latin,
  • Medieval,
  • Rhetoric, Medieval,
  • Ancient - General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsVirginia Cox (Editor), John O. Ward (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages545
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9084728M
    ISBN 109004131779
    ISBN 109789004131774

    Virginia Cox is a professor of Italian at New York University and author of The Renaissance Dialogue: Literary Dialogue in Its Social and Political Contexts, Castiglione to Galileo and coeditor of The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary is also editor and translator of Moderata Fonte, The Worth of Women: Wherein Is Clearly Revealed Their Nobility. The rhetoric of Cicero in its medieval and early Renaissance commentary tradition by Virginia Cox The literate mode of Cicero's legal rhetoric by Richard Leo Enos therefore, how much common ground there is between Cicero and the jurists. The commentary pays equal attention to matters philosophical, rhetorical, legal, and philological.

    The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition by Virginia Cox,John O. Ward Book Resume: This volume examines the transmission and influence of Ciceronian rhetoric from late antiquity to the fifteenth century, examining the relationship between rhetoric and practices as diverse as law, dialectic, memory theory. Medieval and Early Renaissance Study of Cicero's De inventione and the Rhetorica ad Herennium: Commentaries and Contexts," in The Rhetoric of Cicero in its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition, ed. Virginia Cox and John O. Ward .

    Peter (Petrus) Helias (c. – after ) (PH). A student of Thierry of Chartres in the s, he was an influential and renowned grammarian and rhetorician at Paris. About , PH became a canon. Since Jacob Burckhardt's Kultur der Renaissance in Italien () rhetoric as a significant cultural factor of the renaissance has largely been neglected. The present study seeks to remedy this deficit regarding the arts by concentrating on literary theory and its aspects of imagination (inventio), genre (dispositio of the genera), style.


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This multi-authored volume, by an authoritative team of international scholars, examines the transmission of Ciceronian rhetoric in medieval and early Renaissance Europe, concentrating on the fortunes, in particular, of the two dominant classical rhetorical textbooks of the time, Cicero’s early De inventione, and the contemporary ‘pseudo-Ciceronian’ Rhetorica ad Herennium.

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Ward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Rhetoric of Cicero in its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition (Brill's Paperback Collection / History)Author: Edited by Virginia Cox and John O. Ward. In this volume an expert team seeks to establish whether medieval and early Renaissance rhetorical theory and practice were innovative or derivative (from Graeco-Roman rhetoric), by looking at a unique range of key topics that underlie the postmodern culture of our own day: the medieval and early Renaissance study of Cicero's ''De inventione'' and the ''Rhetorica ad Herennium''; the textual.

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Rhetoric Retold: Regendering the Tradition From Antiquity Through the Renaissance (Review). by:   Reading Between the Lines: The Textual History and Manuscript Transmission of Cicero’s Rhetorical Works In: The Rhetoric of Cicero in its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition Author: Ruth Taylor-BriggsCited by: 1.

Virginia Cox is a professor of Italian at New York University, author of Women's Writing in Italy,also published by Johns Hopkins, and The Renaissance Dialogue: Literary Dialogue in Its Social and Political Contexts, Castiglione to Galileo, and coeditor of The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition.

Virginia Cox is a professor of Italian at New York University and author of The Renaissance Dialogue: Literary Dialogue in Its Social and Political Contexts, Castiglione to Galileo and coeditor of The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary is also editor and translator of Moderata Fonte, The Worth of Women: Wherein Is.

8 Murphy, James J., Rhetoric in the Middle Ages: A History of Rhetorical Theory from Saint Augustine to the Renaissance (Berkley, ); Minnis, Medieval Theory of Authorship, at –; Copeland, Rita, “ The Ciceronian Rhetorical Tradition and Medieval Literary Theory,” in The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and Early Renaissance.

Cicero wrote many books on rhetoric, philosophy, and politics as well as hundreds of letters and orations and even quite a bit of poetry. As the years of the early Renaissance passed, several.

This multi-authored volume, by an authoritative team of international scholars, examines the transmission of Ciceronian rhetoric in medieval and early Renaissance Europe, concentrating on the fortunes, in particular, of the two dominant classical rhetorical textbooks of the time, Cicero s early De inventione, and the contemporary pseudo-Ciceronian Rhetorica ad Herennium.5/5(2).

Rhetoric of Cicero in its medieval and early Renaissance commentary tradition. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, (OCoLC) Online version: Rhetoric of Cicero in its medieval and early Renaissance commentary tradition. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, (OCoLC) Named Person: Marcus Tullius Cicero; Cicéron; Marcus Tullius Cicero.

The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and. Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition Brills Companions to the Christian Tradition A series of handbooks and reference works on the intellectual and religious life of Europe, VOLUME 2 The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition Edited by.

Virginia Cox John O. Ward. LEIDEN BOSTON   The rhetoric of Cicero in its medieval and early renaissance commentary tradition. Leiden: Brill. Google Scholar. Evans, Gillian Rosemary. Studies in the theory and practice of Renaissance rhetoric. Berkley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press.

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The Medieval and Early Renaissance Study of Cicero's De inventione and the Rhetorica ad Herennium: Commentaries and Contexts, John O. WardAppendix: Catena Glosses on the De inventione of Cicero and the Pseudo-Ciceronian Rhetorica ad Herennium from.

Italy,” in The Rhetoric of Cicero in its Medieval and Renaissance Commentary Tradition, ed. Virginia Cox and J. Ward (Leiden, forthcoming); Milner, “Exile, Rhetoric, and the Limits of Civic Republican Discourse,” in At the Margins: Minority Groups in.

The rhetoric of Cicero in its medieval and early Renaissance commentary tradition () Entre histoire et littérature () The Middle English mystery play (). John O. Ward is the author of Ciceronian Rhetoric In Treatise, Scholion, And Commentary ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Classica /5(6).The Rhetoric of Cicero in its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition Editor(s): Virginia Cox and John Ward Publication Date: 01 Jan  , ‘ The Medieval and Early Renaissance Study of Cicero's De inventione and the Rhetorica ad Herennium: Commentaries and Contexts ’, in The Rhetoric of Cicero in Its Medieval and Early Renaissance Commentary Tradition, ed.

Cox, Virginia and Ward, John O. (Leiden and Boston, ), pp. 3 – 76 (pp. 3–70); and, in the same volume, Virginia.