论义务

出版时间:2003-5   出版时间:中国政法大学出版社   作者:西赛罗   页数:194  
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论义务
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  On Duties was Cicero`s last philosophical work.In it he made use of Greek thought to formulate the political and ethical values values of Roman Republican society as he saw them ,revealing incidentally a great deal about actual practice .Writing at a time of political crisis after the assassination of Julius Caesar in 44 BC,when it was not clear how much of the old Repulican order would survive,Cicero here handed on the insights of and elder statesman,adept at political theory and practice ,to his son,and through him to the younger generation in generation in general.  The work has often been treated merely as a key to the lost Greek works that Cicero used.This volume,containing a new annotated translation and an Introduction,as well as information on chronology,vocabulary,bibliography and persons mentioned in the text,aims to make Dc Officiis,which had such an importand influence on later masterpieces of Western political thought,more intelligible by explaining its relation to its own time and place.
书籍目录

Editors
noteIntroductionPrincipal
DatesPlan
of
the
Hellenistic
SchoolsSummary
of
the
Doctrines
of
the
Hellenistic
SchoolsBibliographyNotes
on
TranslationSynopsisOn
DutiesBookBookBookBiographical
NotesIndex
of
Persons
and
PlacesIndex
of
Subjects
章节摘录

  ln
the
first
four
chapters,at
the
end,and
in
the
introduction
to
Book
III(5-6),Cicero
relates
his
choice
of
topic
and
his
manner
of
treatment
to
the
education
of
his
twenty-one
year
old
son
to
whom
the
essay
iS
addressed.Letters
to
Atticus
make
it
clear
that
Cicero
planned
the
work
with
his
son
in
mind:‘I
am
addressing
the
book
to
Marcus.From
father
to
son
what
better
theme?Young
Marcus,Cicero’S
second
child
and
only
son,
had
been
in
Athens
for
a
year
studying
both
oratory
and
philosophy.
and
there
iS
ample
testimony
in
letters
ofthe
period
to
CiceroS
concern
with
the
progress
of
his
education.He
writes
to
Atticus
about
his
son’S
well-written
letters(XIV.7.2,XV.i6-I
cf.Quint.I.7.34);born-
bards
his
teachers
with
requests
for
reports(XIV.i6.3,XIV.18.4),
and
iS
clearly
perceived
by
his
friends,and
by
young
Marcus
himsel~
as
expecting
a
great
deal
of
him(Fam.XII.16.2.XVI.25).An
of
this  accords
very
well
with
what
Cicero
says
in
De
Offidis:Marcus
will
be
able
to
practise
his
Latin
by
reading
CiceroS
philosophical
discus-
sion(1.I,I.2);he
must
satisfy
the
expectations
created
by
his
superior
education
and
his
illustrious
parentage.
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