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Document Type:BL
Record Number:102724
Doc. No:b59921
Main Entry:Balot, Ryan K., (Ryan Krieger),1969-
Title & Author:Courage in the Democratic Polis :ideology and critique in classical Athens /Ryan K. Balot.
Page. NO:xiv, 408 pages ;25 cm
ISBN:9780199982158
0199982155
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 353-283) and indexes.
Contents:ch. 1 Introduction: A Theory of Democratic Courage -- pt. ONE The Periclean Ideology and Its Critics -- ch. 2 The Periclean Model -- ch. 3 Free Speech, Democratic Deliberation, and Courage -- ch. 4 Writing Courage into Democratic History: Aeschylean and Herodotean Perspectives -- ch. 5 New Faces of Athenian Courage: The Pursuit of Imperialism -- ch. 6 Democratic Courage and the Platonic Laches -- ch. 7 Isocratean Reflections: Athens's Courage, Imperialism, and Eudaimonism -- pt. TWO Equality, Emotion, and Civic Education -- ch. 8 Courage, Equality, and Military Recognition in Democratic Athens -- ch. 9 Revisiting the "Standard Model" of Greek Courage -- ch. 10 The Courageous Passions of Democratic Athens -- ch. 11 Shame, Honor, and the Constitution of Role Models -- ch. 12 Cocky Athenian Men? -- ch. 13 Tragic Explorations of Courage, Freedom, and Practical Reason -- pt. THREE Athens's Ideology of Eudaimonism -- ch. 14 Athenian Eudaimonism in Thought and Action -- ch. 15 Eudaimonistic "Paradoxes" and Resolutions -- ch. 16 Conclusion: Three Challenges.
Abstract:In this careful and compelling study, Ryan K. Balot brings together political theory, classical history, and ancient philosophy in order to re-conceive of courage as a specifically democratic virtue.
Subject:Courage.
Subject:Conduct of life.
Subject:Democracy-- Greece-- History.
Subject:Athens (Greece), Politics and government, Early works to 1800.
Dewey Classification:‭320.01/9‬
LC Classification:‭BJ1533.C8‬‭B27 2014‬
Parallel Title:Ideology and critique in classical Athens