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The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens

by Matthew R. Christ

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  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civil rights & citizenship,
  • European history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • History - General History,
  • General,
  • History,
  • History: World,
  • Ancient Greece,
  • Ancient - Greece,
  • History / General,
  • Citizenship,
  • Civics & Citizenship,
  • Athens,
  • Greece

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7767278M
    ISBN 100521864321
    ISBN 109780521864329

    What did citizenship really mean in classical Athens? It is conventionally understood as characterised by holding political office. Since only men could do so, only they were considered to be citizens, and the community (polis) has appeared primarily as the scene of men's political by: 5.   Imagining Bad Citizenship In Classical Athens: Aristophanes Ecclesiazusae – Chapter Eight. The Bad Boyfriend, The Flatterer And The Sykophant: Related Forms Of The Kakos In Democratic AthensCited by: 2.

    This book examines the legal regulation of violence and the role of litigation in Athenian society. Using comparative anthropological and historical perspectives, David Cohen challenges traditional evolutionary and functionalist accounts of the development of legal process. In Race and Citizen Identity in the Classical Athenian Democracy, Susan Lape demonstrates how a race ideology grounded citizen identity. Although this ideology did not manifest itself in a fully developed race myth, its study offers insight into the causes and conditions that can give rise to race and racisms in both modern and pre-modern : Susan Lape.

    In  The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens  (Cambridge University Press, ), I investigated the nature and scope of bad citizenship in connection with military service and financial obligations and the city’s responses—institutional and ideological—to this, with the aim of illuminating the relationship between citizen and city under the Athenian democracy. The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens Matthew R Christ This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, both as a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to If called upon, Athenian citizens were expected to support thei.


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'This book is a noteworthy contribution, both substantively and methodologically, to the study of democratic Athens.' The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens is a worthwhile introduction for anyone interested in ancient legislation, taxation and the clashes between ideals and reality in the upper echelons of society.'.Cited by: 'This book is a noteworthy contribution, both substantively and methodologically, to the study of democratic Athens.' The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens is a worthwhile introduction for anyone interested in ancient legislation, taxation and the clashes between ideals and reality in the upper echelons of society.'.5/5(1).

This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, both as a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to If called upon, Athenian citizens were expected to support their city through military service and financial outlay.5/5(1).

The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens is a worthwhile introduction for anyone interested in ancient legislation, taxation and the clashes between ideals and reality in the upper echelons of society.' Arctos5/5(1).

This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, both as a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to If called upon, Athenian citizens were expected to support their city through military service and financial s: 0.

The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens. This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, both as a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to If called upon, Athenian citizens were expected to support their city through military service and financial outlay.

THE BAD CITIZEN IN CLASSICAL ATHENS This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, as both a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to B.C. If called upon, Athenian citizens were expected to support their city through military service and financial outlay.

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By examining the nature and scope of bad citizen-ship in Athens and the city’s responses – institutional and ideological – to In this book, ancient passages that are cited on specific points are The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens Matthew R.

Christ Frontmatter More information. Title: 6 x 10 Long.P This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, both as a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to If called.

The book does not stand on its own and shouldn't be read by people with only a general interest in Greek history. It is a decent starting off point for approaching a sparsely reseached field especially for readers whom, like me, cannot understand the Greek laws in their original language/5.

Christ, M.R, "The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens", Cambridge () _____ Interestingly, M.C recently reviewed a work by Peter Liddell which takes a profoundly different view of the interaction between individual and his city than the one M.C advocates. Greek Translation of "The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens" Greek Translation of "The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens" Ο ΚΑΚΟΣ ΠΟΛΙΤΗΣ ΣΤΗΝ ΚΛΑΣΙΚΗ ΑΘΗΝΑ.

The bad citizen in classical Athens. [Matthew Robert Christ] -- "This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, as both a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to B.C.

The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens Matthew R. Christ - Cambridge University Press - Review by Kenan Mazic The book, The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens, by Matthew R. Christ, considers the manifestations of bad citizenship in Athens that had previously not.

Matthew R. Christ: The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens Textgröße: A A A The declared purpose of this book is to offer a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy (//1 BC) by exploring bad citizenship in this society, both in reality and as an idea.

This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, both as a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to If called upon, Athenian citizens were expected to support their city through military service and financial outlay.

These obligations were fundamental to Athenian understandings of citizenship and it was. The Bad Citizen in Classical Athens Matthew R. Christ, Matthew Robert Christ No preview available - All Book Search results » Bibliographic information.

Title: Performance Culture and Athenian Democracy: Editors: Goldhill Simon, Simon Goldhill, Robin Osborne. The bad citizen in classical Athens. [Matthew Robert Christ] -- This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, both as a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to "This book provides a fresh perspective on Athenian democracy by exploring bad citizenship, as both a reality and an idea, in classical Athens, from the late sixth century down to B.C.

If called upon, Athenian citizens were expected to support their city through military service and financial outlay. Everyday life in Ancient Athens of the Hellenistic era was more intellectually stimulating, and exciting, than in most ancient cities mainly due to the fact that Greeks excelled in theater and Author: Philip Chrysopoulos.

In contrast to earlier scholarly work, which has focused on the Achilles of the Homeric epics, this study examines how one of the most popular and glamorous figures of Greek mythology was imagined on the tragic stage of fifth-century Athens.

Dr Michelakis argues that dramatists persistently appropriated Achilles to address concerns of their time, from heroism and education to individualism 5/5(1).The bad citizen in classical Athens / Matthew R. Christ. imprint.

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, description. (hardback), (pbk), (hardback) format(s) Book Back; 0 Marked; Mark; Options Report Refworks Print Link Email Cite catalogue key. Includes bibliographical references.