Novas luzes sobre a Segunda Sofística

Paulo Martins, Pedro Zanetta Brener

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O estudo do período conhecido como Segunda Sofística, assim denominado por Filóstrato, o Velho, tem crescido na academia. À medida que a retórica sofística é reabilitada nos estudos da filosofia e da literatura, -- movimento significativo na academia desde, pelo menos, os anos 60 -- a compreensão das práticas letradas dos primeiros séculos do Império Romano e de suas auctoritates vem sendo modificada, abandonando estigmas longamente perpetuados. Esse estudo visa a coligir aspectos mais relevantes da prática sofística no período, reunindo importantes contribuições a respeito, de modo a introduzir o leitor em um dos períodos mais profícuos da história romana através da abordagem minuciosa que lhe é dirigida modernamente.


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Retórica; Filóstrato, o Velho; Segunda Sofística; Memória Cultural

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25187/codex.v5i2.12281

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