El estado soy yo: salus rei publicae e identidad en Cicerón

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  • Alicia Schniebs Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)

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https://doi.org/10.24197/mrfc.16.2003.107-117

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Salus rei publicae is a standard expression of the Latin political vocabulary that implies the personification of the state. In this paper we study how this personification works as a tool of pathos used to build the opponent’s identity as hostis publicus and his own identity as a savior within the ciceronian oratory between 63 BC and 52 BC.

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05/02/2019

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