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    • Rhetoric, Roman Values, and the Fall of the Republic in Cicero's Reception of Plato 

      Dudley, Robert (2016)
      This dissertation seeks to identify what makes Cicero’s approach to politics unique. The author's methodology is to turn to Cicero’s unique interpretation of Plato as the crux of what made his thinking neither Stoic nor ...
    • Schools of Greek Mathematical Practice 

      Winters, Laura E. (2020)
      This dissertation revolves around a central observation that, although the methodological differences among Greek mathematical writings are striking, these differences do not lie primarily along lines of subject matter or ...