Cicerone e l’esistenza divina: qualche appunto su de divinatione 2.41

Giuseppe Ciafardone


Div. 2.41, in which Cicero’s character declares the gods’ existence with special assertiveness, can be the point of depart for the analysis of the difficult relation between the New Academic dialectic, natu­rally bent on refutation and avoidance of assertiveness, and some Ciceronian positive statements about the gods and their existence. 


Cicero; div. 2.41; nat. deor. 3.95; New Academy; Ciceronian theological thought

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