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Master's Dissertation
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/D.8.2016.tde-08082016-100425
Document
Author
Full name
Matheus de Barros Pustrelo
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Hasegawa, Alexandre Pinheiro (President)
Cardoso, Isabella Tardin
Hansen, Joao Adolfo
Title in Portuguese
Estado de causa: estudo e tradução do manual de Sulpitius Victor
Keywords in Portuguese
Calpúrnio Flaco
Declamações
Pseudo-Quintiliano
Rhetores latini minores
Seneca pai
Sulpício Vítor
Teoria dos estados de causa
Zenão
Abstract in Portuguese
Em nossa dissertação, estudamos o manual retórico de Sulpício Vítor, Institutiones Oratoriae. Nossa pesquisa é dividida em quatro partes. Na primeira, comentamos a bibliografia especializada que nos antecede, abordando questões importantes, como datação, ocorrência de alguns elementos retóricos e semelhança com outros manuais. Na segunda, comparamos os exemplos fornecidos por nosso autor com exercícios declamatórios, sobretudo os de Sêneca pai, mas também os de Calpúrnio Flaco e de Pseudo-Quintiliano. Na terceira, analisamos e explicamos a teoria dos estados de causa de Sulpício Vítor, comparando, sempre que possível, suas lições com as de outros textos. Na última, apresentamos uma tradução anotada para o português.
Title in English
Stasis: study and translation of Sulpitius Victor's handbook
Keywords in English
Calpurnius Flaccus
Declamation
Ps. Quintilian
Rhetores latini minores
Seneca Elder
Stasis-Theory
Sulpitius Victor
Zeno
Abstract in English
In our dissertation, we study Sulpitius Victors rhetoric handbook, Institutiones Oratoriae. Our research is divided into four parts. The first consists of a commentary to the specialized bibliography that precedes us, addressing important issues, such as dating, occurrence of some rhetorical elements and similarities with other handbooks. The second aims to compare examples given by our author with declamation exercises, especially those ones of Seneca the Elder, but also the ones of Calpurnius Flaccus and of Ps. Quintilian. The third is dedicated to the analysis and elucidation of Sulpitius Victors issue-theory, as we compare, whenever possible, his lessons with the ones of other texts. The last includes an annotated Portuguese translation.
 
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Publishing Date
2016-08-08
 
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