Marcus Tullius Cicero Siobhan Mcelduff
In Defence of the Republic
May 03, 2018 Comments.. 214
In Defence of the Republic La rA c publique de CicA c ron traduite d aprA s le texte dA c couvert par M Mai avec un discours prA c liminaire et des supplA c ments historiques Nouvelle A c dition revue et corrigA c e Date de l

  • Title: In Defence of the Republic
  • Author: Marcus Tullius Cicero Siobhan Mcelduff
  • ISBN: 9780140455533
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Paperback
  • La rA c publique de CicA c ron traduite d aprA s le texte dA c couvert par M Mai, avec un discours prA c liminaire et des supplA c ments historiques Nouvelle A c dition, revue et corrigA c e Date de l A c dition originale 1858 De la rA c publique franAais 1858 Ce livre est la reproduction fidA le d une oeuvre publiA c e avant 1920 et fait partie d une collection deLa rA c publique de CicA c ron traduite d aprA s le texte dA c couvert par M Mai, avec un discours prA c liminaire et des supplA c ments historiques Nouvelle A c dition, revue et corrigA c e Date de l A c dition originale 1858 De la rA c publique franAais 1858 Ce livre est la reproduction fidA le d une oeuvre publiA c e avant 1920 et fait partie d une collection de livres rA c imprimA c s A la demande A c ditA c e par Hachette Livre, dans le cadre d un partenariat avec la BibliothA que nationale de France, offrant l opportunitA c d accA c der A des ouvrages anciens et souvent rares issus des fonds patrimoniaux de la BnF.Les oeuvres faisant partie de cette collection ont A c tA c numA c risA c es par la BnF et sont prA c sentes sur Gallica, sa bibliothA que numA c rique.En entreprenant de redonner vie A ces ouvrages au travers d une collection de livres rA c imprimA c s A la demande, nous leur donnons la possibilitA c de rencontrer un public A c largi et participons A la transmission de connaissances et de savoirs parfois difficilement accessibles.Nous avons cherchA c A concilier la reproduction fidA le d un livre ancien A partir de sa version numA c risA c e avec le souci d un confort de lecture optimal Nous espA c rons que les ouvrages de cette nouvelle collection vous apporteront entiA re satisfaction.Pour plus d informations, rendez vous sur hachettebnf

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    1. Alp Turgut says:

      Cicero'nun aynı Platon'un diyalogları tarzında kaleme aldığı "De Re Publica / On the Commonwealth / Devlet Üzerine", yine Platon'un "Devlet" ve Aristoteles'in "Politika" eserlerinin izinden giderek en iyi devlet türünün hangisi olduğunu tartışan özellikle ilk kitabıyla öne çıkan bir eser. Okumadan önce Platon'u, Aristoteles'i ve Stoa felsefesini anlamak şart; aksi takdirde kitabı okumak pek kolay olmayabilir. Öte yandan, İthaki Yayınları tarafından okuyucuya sunulan kit [...]

    2. Aaron Crofut says:

      A Roman version of Aristotle's politics. Cicero takes a very negative view of Democracy, which tends to fall in love with whichever person promises the mob the most of other people's property, a situation tailor made for tyrants. Good government must allow everyone to have a say in a society that will protect their rights, rather than offer those rights up to be sacrificed to pander to the poor. This book is clearly a source that inspired the Enlightenment thinkers. Scipio's Dream is a must read [...]

    3. Birch says:

      Super cools

    4. Andrada says:

      Before saying anything about the book itself, I have to say I was severely disappointed by the way this collection was put together. I was annoyed when I realized that it contained several speeches that were already included in other Penguin collections of Cicero’s speeches I’ve read before. Although granted, it’s my fault as well for not looking carefully enough at the book when I bought. I also didn’t particularly enjoy the fact they decided to include fragments of certain speeches ins [...]

    5. Derek says:

      This is my first collection of Cicero's work, and I wasn't super impressed. He's clearly a very distinguished Orator. I see no doubt of that. However this collection was fairly drudge with little meat to nibble on. The title is awfully misleading. "In defense of the republic" is some fragmented Senatorial cases Cicero defended. Sometimes it was to regain his property, other times it was Cicero talking about his badass consulship. He was a coward who could talk some major shit! But when his game [...]

    6. Francisco Mtz says:

      El libro, de conservarse completo, sería un clásico tratado de filosofía política escrito por un célebre romano, Cicerón. Desafortunadamente faltan tantas páginas que la lectura se corta y es difícil para el lector entenderla. A pesar de ello, se agradece enormemente al traductor, Julio Pimentel, la disposición de una introducción que brinda un panorama completo de lo que pudo ser la obra auxiliándose de otros textos ciceronianos, así como de libros antiguos que contienen remisiones [...]

    7. Beyza says:

      "O halde yukarıya bakıp da bu konutu ve ebedi yurdunu seyretmek istersen, kendini avamın sözlerine vermeyecek, başarıların için insani ödül beklentisi içinde olmayacaksın; bizzat erdem kendi cezbedici ödülleriyle seni gerçek onura çekmelidir, başkaları gördüğü gibi konuşacaktır, bırak konuşsunlar. Onların her konuşması gördüğün dar bölgelerle sınırlıdır, herhangi biri hakkında söyledikleri daimi olmayacak, insanların ölümüyle gömülüp gelecek nesille [...]

    8. Campbell says:

      No, I can't finish this. I don't read Latin so I can only assume that it is the translation which is turgid; Cicero's reputation is too great for these words to have been the basis. Also the footnotes are interminably interrupting and break up the flow unbearably.

    9. Minerva says:

      ** 2 stars **

    10. CarolineMcL says:

      history

    11. Minerva says:

      ** 2.5 stars **

    12. Steven Rhodes says:

      Seems like including the Second Phillipic is standard in EVERY single Cicero book. But it never gets old.

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