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Author East, Katherine, author.

Title The radicalization of Cicero : John Toland and strategic editing in the early enlightenment / Katherine A. East.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]
©2017

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Physical description 1 online resource
Series Springer History eBooks 2017 English+International
Contents Acknowledgements; Contents; Abbreviations; Textual Notes; Chapter 1 Introduction; 1 Creating Cicero Illustratus; 2 A Radical Work; 3 A Work of Scholarship; 4 A Work on Cicero; 5 Approaching Cicero Illustratus; Part I Editing Cicero; Chapter 2 The Editorial Project; 1 Editing Cicero's Opera Omnia; 2 Negotiating Early Modern Scholarship; Chapter 3 The Book: Constructing the Edition; 1 A Book of Quality; Illustration; 2 A Book for Utility; Format; Anchor 6; Anchor 7; Chapter 4 The Author: Composing the Prefatory Life; 1 Writing Cicero's Life.
Fabricius' Historia and the Historic Life of CiceroThe Exemplary Life and the Model Cicero; Toland's Dissertation; 2 Manipulating Cicero's Life; Toland's Method; Approaching Historical Scholarship; Toland's Biographical Mission; Chapter 5 The Words: Criticising the Text; 1 The Evolution the Ciceronian Text; Printing the Text: The Editio Princeps; The Cycle of the Textus Receptus; Emendatio Ingenii Ope; Emendatio Codicum; 2 Toland and the Text; Toland and Conjectural Emendation; The Manuscript Evidence; The Restoration of the Author; Chapter 6 The Commentary: Interpreting the Text.
1 Commenting on CiceroThe Evolution of the Commentary; The 'Philological' Commentary; The 'Pedagogical' Commentary; 2 Toland and the Ciceronian Commentary; The 'Philological' Approach to the Text; The 'Pedagogical' Approach to the Text; Part II Interpreting Cicero; Chapter 7 Toland's Ciceronianism; 1 Identifying a Ciceronian; 2 "As Plato Was for Cicero ... "; Making a Model from the Man; Servant of the Commonwealth; Champion of Reason; Chapter 8 The Commonwealthman: Cicero and Toland's Republican Discourse; 1 Cicero and the English Republic; 2 Defining the Commonwealth; The Common-weal.
The Res Populi and LibertasThe Res Populi and Property; Legitimising the English Commonwealth; 3 Promoting Civic Virtue; Toland and the Virtuous Statesman; The Virtuous Monarch; Chapter 9 The Rationalist: Cicero and Toland's War on Priestcraft; 1 Situating Ciceronian Theology in the Discourse; Early Modern Approaches to the Problem of Cicero's Voice; Using Ciceronian Theology; 2 Deconstructing Priestcraft; Superstition and Reason; Reason and Priestcraft; 3 Constructing a Civil Religion; Envisaging a Rational Religion; Practising a Rational Religion.
The Rational Religion and the CommonwealthChapter 10 Conclusion: Cicero Remade?; Appendix A Catalogue of the Complete Editions of Cicero's Works, 1498-1724; Appendix B The Works of John Toland; Bibliography; Index.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This book uses a previously overlooked Neo-Latin treatise, Cicero Illustratus, to provide insight into the status and function of the Ciceronian tradition at the beginning of the eighteenth century, and consequently to more broadly illuminate the fate of that tradition in the early Enlightenment. Cicero Illustratus itself is the first subject for inquiry, mined for what its deliberately erudite and colorfully polemical passages of scholarly stratagems reveal about Ciceronian scholarship and the motives for exploring it within the context of early Enlightenment thought. It also includes an analysis of the role played by the Ciceronian tradition in the broader political and radical movements that existed in the Enlightenment, with particular attention paid to Cicero's unexpectedly prominent position in major political and philosophical Republican and Erastian works. The subject of this book together with the conclusions reached will provide scholars and students with crucial new material relating to the classical tradition, the history of scholarship, and the intellectual history of the early Enlightenment.
Other author SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Toland, John, 1670-1722. Cicero illustratus.
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Enlightenment -- England.
Philosophy, English -- 18th century.
England -- Intellectual life -- 17th century.
England -- Intellectual life -- 18th century.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319497570 (electronic bk.)
331949757X (electronic bk.)
9783319497563
3319497561
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-49757-0