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The Divided City: On Memory and Forgetting in Ancient Athens

Empfohlen ab 18 Jahre. Sprache: Englisch.
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Continuing a criticism of Athenian ideology begun in her study "The Invention of Athens", Nicole Loraux argues that this crucial moment of Athenian political history must be interpreted as constitutive of politics and political life and not as a thre... weiterlesen
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Titel: The Divided City: On Memory and Forgetting in Ancient Athens
Autor/en: Nicole Loraux

ISBN: 1890951080
EAN: 9781890951085
Empfohlen ab 18 Jahre.
Sprache: Englisch.
Übersetzt von Corinne Pache, Jeff Fort
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Februar 2002 - gebunden - 360 Seiten

Beschreibung

Continuing a criticism of Athenian ideology begun in her study "The Invention of Athens", Nicole Loraux argues that this crucial moment of Athenian political history must be interpreted as constitutive of politics and political life and not as a threat to it. Divided from within, the city is formed by that which it refuses. Conflict, the calamity of civil war, is the other, dark side of the beautiful unitary city of Athens. In a brilliant analysis of the Greek word for voting, diaphora, Loraux underscores the conflictual and dynamic motion of democratic life. Voting appears as the process of dividing up, of disagreement - in short, of agreeing to divide and choose. Not only does Loraux reconceptualize the definition of ancient Greek democracy, she also allows the contemporary reader to rethink the functioning of modern democracy in its critical moments of internal "stasis".

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Nicole Loraux (1943-2003) was the author of The Divided City, The Children of Athena, The Experiences of Tiresias, Tragic Ways of Killing a Woman, and Mothers in Mourning, among other titles.
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