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The Sophistic Renaissance. Article in Renaissance Quarterly 65(1):195-196 · January 2012 with 6 Reads. This very learned, succinct, and often witty book is the first extended attempt to analyze the Renaissance reception of the ancient Greek sophists.
The Sophistic Renaissance. How we measure 'reads'. Plato, of course, did a thoroughly successful job of blackening the name of the sophists, who apparently argued for the sake of argument or, worse still, for money. Their alleged lack of commitment to the truth meant they occupied the dark side of rhetoric, condemned by Plato's Socrates. Philosophy, Renaissance Sophists (Greek philosophy Philosophy History. Middle Platonists, Misc in Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy. categorize this paper).
Recommend this journal.
ISBN 10: 2600014675 ISBN 13: 9782600014670.
Indiana University, Bloomington. The Conference will be held in the Aula Baratto, one of the historical rooms of Palazzo Ca’ Foscari.
This article is about the intellectual phenomenon of the 5th century BC. For the movement of the 2nd and 3rd century AD, see Second Sophistic. For the work by Plato, see Sophist (dialogue). Sophism" redirects here. It is not to be confused with Sufism or Sophiology. For modern use of the words "sophism", "sophist" and "sophistry", see § Modern usage.
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Another book which could be mentioned here is EricMacPhails "The Sophistic Renaissance".
Celenza, What Counted as Philosophy in the Italian Renaissance? The History of Philosophy, the History of Science, and Styles of Life, Critical Inquiry 39 (2013), 367-401. Grendler, Schooling in Renaissance Italy: Literacy and Learning, 1300-1600 (Baltimore: 1989). J. Hankins and A. Palmer, The Recovery of Ancient Philosophy in the Renaissance: a Brief Guide (Florence: 2008). Najemy, Italy in the Age of the Renaissance (Oxford: 2004). Another book which could be mentioned here is EricMacPhails "The Sophistic Renaissance". It deals with Renaissance Philosophy from a rhetorical point of view.
1988) Princeton University, is Professor of French at Indiana University. He has published widely on French Renaissance literature and on the classical tradition in Renaissance humanism, including The Sophistic Renaissance (Droz, 2011). MacPhail’s book offers a highly readable and informative reconstruction of the circulation of classical adages in diverse genres of Latin and vernacular literature in the last decades of the sixteenth century.
Renaissance Quarterly is the leading American journal of Renaissance studies, encouraging connections between different scholarly approaches to bring together . The Sophistic Renaissance by Eric MacPhail (pp. 195-196).
Renaissance Quarterly is the leading American journal of Renaissance studies, encouraging connections between different scholarly approaches to bring together material spanning the period from 1300 to 1700 in Western history.