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De liefdesparadox


Artikelcode: 9789048531424






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e-books
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ePub met Adobe DRM
ePub versie
ePub 2
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2469 kb
Pagina's
208
Categorie
e-books-Filosofie algemeen
Uitgever
Amsterdam University Press
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1
ISBN13
9789048531424
ISTC
500067029
Subtitel
acht hedendaagse filosofen over de liefde
Verschijningsdatum
28-2-2017



Beschrijving

Previous scholarship has examined the ethnic identities of Goths, Franks, and other 'barbarian' groups in the post-Roman West, but Romans have been relatively neglected. Part of the reason for this lacuna is the assumption that 'Roman' continued to denote solely cultural and legal affiliation. In fact, as this book demonstrates, contemporaries also associated Romanness with descent and described Romans just like they described Franks and Goths-whom scholars are perfectly happy to call 'ethnic groups'. By distinguishing between political, religious, and descent nuances with which authors used the terms 'Roman', 'Goth', and 'Frank', this comparative study tracks changes in the use and perception of these identifications which allowed Romans in Iberia and Gaul to adopt the Gothic or Frankish identities of their new rulers, one nuance at a time.

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