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Readers can see that Demosthenes was an able and sincere statesman laboring for democratic ideals at a time when his fellow citizens in Athens were inclined to do little to oppose the forces of tyranny led by Philip of Macedon. Demosthenes knew human nature as he knew his art, and he employed his knowledge of both to speak out forcefully for what he believed in.
He spoke out not for the sake of his rhetoric but for the sake of Athens; he spoke not to a select group, to no aristocracy, but to all Athenians. He wished to persuade them to rise to the defense of their city and the way of life and government that it represented. There is little flamboyance in the orations, at least as they are translated.
Demosthenes spoke plainly and sincerely; his art was like all great art, hiding beneath the cloak of apparent simplicity, reflecting great care and preparation. As in the case of so many ancient authors, the authenticity of work supposedly done by Demosthenes is open to question. More than sixty orations, as well as some letters and poems, Demosthenes and His Ancient Commentators. University of California Press, He describes the source of these ancient writings and how they were transmitted through successive generations. Wooten, Cecil W. Download options;. Along with the other Philippics of Demostheses, it is arguably one of the finest deliberative speeches from antiquity.
The present volume provides the first commentary in English on the Philippics since and promises to encourage more study of this essential Greek orator. Aiming his commentary at advanced undergraduates and first-year graduate students, Cecil Wooten addresses rhetorical and stylistic matters, historical background, and grammatical problems. In addition to a full commentary on Philippic I, this volume includes essays that outline Philippics II and III, set them in their historical context, and emphasize the differences between these later speeches and the first.
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