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12. See Robinson 2007. 13. For a discussion of the relative degrees of participation in public speech by elites and non-elites at Athens, see Ober 1989, 104-18. 14. ’ 15. See Ober 1989, 104, for an evocation of the reciprocal nature of democratic public speech at Athens. 16. See Chapter 10, pp. 115-17 below for a brief discussion of the Thirty Tyrants. ’, Illinois Classical Studies 16 (1991), 65-86. Detienne, Marcel, The Masters of Truth in Ancient Greece (New York: Zone Books, 1996). Homer, Iliad, trans.

The most famous story told about these two is that Tisias (who learned the art of rhetoric from Corax) refused to pay his tuition fee. When Corax tried to sue him for the fee in court, Tisias made it his defence that even if the judgement went against him he should not have to pay Corax, because then he would clearly not have received value for his money: his fee was to purchase an ability to win court cases. ’10 Here indeed was a pair of crows not to be listened to! What sort of ‘indiscriminate chatter’ might Pindar have been worried about?

Cooper (Indianapolis: Hackett, 1997). D. Ross in The Basic Works of Aristotle, edited by Richard McKeon (New York: Random House, 1941). Passages from Aristotle’s Rhetoric are from Rhetoric & Poetics, translated by W. Rhys Roberts and Ingram Bywater, Introduction by Friedrich Solmsen (New York: Modern Library, 1954). Translations of fragments from Protagoras come from Michael J. O’Brien in The Older Sophists, edited by Rosamond Kent Sprague (1972, 18-24). Wherever possible, standard pagination and line numbers are provided for readers who may want to consult other translations.

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