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Ilion 1, 2, 3, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17). Pour l’octroi de la citoyenneté à un personnage (normalement pour son action 28 Homère, le premier des sophistes ? de référence. Le ou les rédacteurs de ces passages 27 ont projeté sur l’époque de vie d’Homère des usages qui avaient cours à leur époque, selon une forme d’anachronisme très répandue chez les historiens antiques. Il se trouve que cette partie de la Dispute se rapproche beaucoup, pour l’organisation du récit, de la Vie du Pseudo-Hérodote. Outre le passage de ville en ville et la description de l’accueil qui est fait au poète, on retrouve le choix de donner presque systématiquement un aperçu des poèmes récités au moyen d’une citation de vers.
They are the sources invoked in discussions of an inevitable progression from mythos to logos —a “progression” belied by the generic mixing of the four speeches discussed here. Not only are epic heroes the vehicles for these sophistic model speeches, but the Homeric epics provide a precedent for most of the rhetorical strategies demonstrated as well. It is no accident that Odysseus, whose gift for clever speech is so well-documented by Homer, is a favorite mouthpiece for sophistic exhibition. Homer’s poetry deeply informed these examples of rhetorical pedagogy and display, which in turn gave rise to the formalized rhetoric of the following generations.
Cette image apparaît également dans le traité Du sublime, XII, 3. 4. , Inst. » 5. Ibid. » 47 Danielle Van Mal-Maeder Ulysse et Phénix tentent de convaincre le héros de retourner au combat, la dispute d’Achille et Agamemnon au chant I, le conseil des Grecs au chant II, où s’expriment entre autres Agamemnon, Ulysse et Nestor 6. L’éloquence de ces deux derniers illustre, avec celle de Ménélas, les trois styles de rhétorique dans un autre passage de l’Institution oratoire : Quare si ex tribus his generibus necessario sit eligendum unum, quis dubitet hoc praeferre omnibus, et ualidissimum alioquin et maximis quibusque causis accommodatissimum ?