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L’expulsion des philosophes de 93-94 p.C. Philosophie et sociabilité aristocratique dans la Rome des Flaviens

Abstract : Domitian’s A.D. 93-94 expulsion of philosophers from Rome raised numerous questions about its chronology, its targets or its causes. This study uses the notions of network and sociability in order to better understand the density and the superposition of interpersonal relationships between Roman and Greek aristocrats in the city of Rome. With the expulsion of those who were somehow linked to philosophy, the emperor weakens aristocratic networks without necessarily causing their disappearance. This paper aims to show that it is not so much the philosophers themselves that Domitian sought to exclude as philosophy as a central element in regard to creation and resilience among aristocratic networks in Rome
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Clément Bady. L’expulsion des philosophes de 93-94 p.C. Philosophie et sociabilité aristocratique dans la Rome des Flaviens. Revue des études anciennes, Revue des études anciennes, Université Bordeaux Montaigne, 2020, 122 (1), p. 107-125. ⟨hal-02950819⟩

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