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Table of Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Chapter 1 Justice to the Dead: Prototypes of the Citizen and Self in Early Greece Chapter 2 Performing Justice in Early Greece: Dispute Settlement in the Iliad Chapter 3 Self-Transformation and the Therapy of Justice in the Odyssey Chapter 4 Performing the Law: The Lawgiver, Statute Law and the Jury Trial Chapter 5 Citizenship by Degrees: Ephebes and Demagogues in Democratic Athens, 465--460 Chapter 6 The Naturalization of Citizen and Self in Democratic Athens, c. 450--411 Chapter 7 Democracy's Narcissistic Citizens: Alcibiades and Socrates Conclusion Reference List
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Justice -- Greece -- Athens -- History -- To 1500.
Democracy -- Greece -- Athens -- History -- To 1500.
Citizenship -- Greece -- Athens -- History -- To 1500.
Justice, Administration of (Greek law).