Table of contents for The rhetoric of manhood : masculinity in the Attic orators / Joseph Roisman.

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Preface	0
Abbreviations	0
Introduction	1
1. The Study's Scope and Purpose	00
2. The Orations	00
3. The Ideology of Manhood	00
1. Manly Youth	00
1. Negative Stereotypes and Realistic Expectations	00
2. Educating and Supervising the Young	00
3. Young Men in Court	00
3.a. Ariston against Conon (Dem. 54) 
3.b. Epichares against Theocrines (Dem. 58)
3.c. In Defense of Mantitheus at his Dokimasia (Review) (Lys.16)
2. The Roles and Responsibilities of the Adult mMale: Kurios, Husband, Son, Kinsman, 
Friend, and Citizen	00
1. The Kurios: Head of the Household	00
1.a. The Kurios' Responsibilities for Perpetuating the Oikos
1.b. Responsibilities of the Kurios in Marriage and Dowry
2. A Husband's Responsibilities of the Husband 	00
2.a. Lysias 1: Euphiletus' Defense
2.b. Isaeus 8 and Isaeus 2
2.c. The Husband's Extra-Marital Liaisons
3. Fathers and Sons	00
3.a. Demosthenes 39/40: Natural Son versus Legal Son
3.b. Isaeus 6: Euctemon's Disputed Estate
3.c. Demosthenes 36, 45 and 46: Apollodorus in Court
4. The Obligations of Kinship	00
4.a. Kinsmen as Threats
5. The Kurios and hHis Friends	00
6. The Kurios and the State	00
6.a. Andocides 1
3. Manly Shame	000
1. Sentinel Against Shame	000
2. The Rhetoric of Military Defeat	000
3. Shame and Violence	000
4. The Rhetorical Manipulations of Shame
4. Manhood and Social Standing	000
1. Elite and Manhood	000
1.a. Elite Status and Superior Manhood: Demosthenes
61: Erotic Work
1.b. The Manhood of the Elite: Different Strokes for Different Folks
2. The Unmanly Elite	000
2.a. Elite Excesses and Unmanly Conduct
2.b. Wealth versus Honor: Meidias and Phaenippus
2.c. Hubris
3. Manhood and the Masses	000
3.a. Poverty as an Impediment to the Display of Courage and the
Defense of Honor
3.b. Negative Perceptions of the Indigent and Lowborn: Demosthenes
19 and 18
3.c. A Man's Work: Defenses of Men in Deprecated Occupations:
Demosthenes 57 and Demosthenes 37
5. Man in the Military	000
1. The Warrior Ideology	000
2. Military Courage and Its Rhetoric	000
3. The Rhetoric of War and Peace	000
4. The Military Measure	000
4.a. Claimants and Defendants
4.b. Politicians
4.c. Generals and High Military Commanders
4.d. Reservations about the Military Measure
5. The Double Standard	000
6. The Struggle over Power	000
1. The Manly Demos	000
2. The Power Struggle	000
3. Handling Suspicions of the Political Leader as a Man of Words	000
4. Handling Suspicions of the Political Leader Stemming from hHis Activities in the Public 
Realm	000
5. The Demos's Power and the Appeal to Pity Appeals for Mercy	000
6. The Demos's Power and the Appeal to Appeals for Kharis	000
7. The Manhood of the Audience and the Speaker	000
7. Men, Desires, and Self-cControl	000
1. Giving in to Pleasures	000
2. The Ambivalence of Yielding to Eros	000
2.a. The Rhetoric of Exculpatory Passion: Hyperides' Against Athenogenes
3. The Ambivalence of Yielding to Wine	000
4. The Evils of Greed	000
5. The Rhetoric of Self-cControl	000
8. What Men Fear	000
1. Beneficial and Legitimate Fears	000
2. Overcoming Fear: Cowardice, Courage, and Rashness	000
3. Order, Fear of Disorder, and Their Rhetoric	000
4. Consistency and its Rhetoric	000
Conclusion.: Old Age and Manipulating Manhood	000
1. Old Men	000
2. Manipulating Masculine Discourse	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Masculinity -- Greece -- Athens -- History -- To 1500.
Rhetoric, Ancient.
Athens (Greece) -- Civilization.