Table of contents for The state of speech : rhetoric and political thought in Ancient Rome / Joy Connolly.

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	Contents
 Introduction: Rhetoric and political thought 		
	Chapter 1	Founding the state of speech				
		Politics in public
		Ideology and power
		Expressions of traditional authority
		The rhetoric of equality 
		The rationalized republic
	Chapter 2	Naturalized citizens							
 The nature of republics
 Introducing the problem: The Ciceronian preface
 Roman nature triumphant
 Hybridity
	Chapter 3	The body politic							
The problem with philosophers	
The corporeal citizen				
An ideal theory of political communication			
An alternative history of the self			
Fragility		
	Chapter 4	Virtue's passionate aesthetics					
The republic of passions			
Decorum: Enactment of civic love				
Catullus' republican rhetoric
Oratory and liberty, self-control and consent				
Falling in love with the law
	Chapter 5	Republican theater							
		Being and seeming
		Playing the orator
		The civic stage
 Women and speech
 The best orator
		The terrors of collectivity
	Chapter 6	Imperial re-enactments				
		Replay and parody
		Reading resistance in Augustan declamation	
		Quintilian: republican education for autocracy
		
	Conclusion: The Ciceronian citizen in a global world			
	Bibliography									
	Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cicero, Marcus Tullius -- Criticism and interpretation.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius -- Political and social views.
Rome -- Politics and government -- 265-30 B.C.
Latin language -- Rhetoric.
Rhetoric, Ancient.
Political science -- Philosophy.