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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2006.tde-23082007-130557
Document
Author
Full name
Mariana Duarte Silveira
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2006
Supervisor
Committee
Duarte, Adriane da Silva (President)
Ferreira, Anise de Abreu Gonçalves D'Orange
Zingano, Marco Antonio de Avila
Title in Portuguese
A imagem feminina na Moralia: heroísmo e outras virtudes
Keywords in Portuguese
Casamento
consolação
Mulher
Plutarco
Virtude
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa apresentada consiste em cinco momentos distintos: Capítulo I - introdução situando a abra e o autor; Capítulo II - ensaios que contextualizam as obras traduzidas, apresentando alguns aspectos relevantes no olhar de Plutarco para a posição da mulher nos âmbitos público e privado; Capítulo III - traduções de três tratados de Plutarco: As virtudes das mulheres, Preceitos para o casamento e Carta de consolação à sua mulher; Capítulo IV - sob o título de considerações finais, destaca como a idéia de virtude feminina perpassa os textos traduzidos e como o conceito de virtude em alguns autores gregos dialoga com a idéia de virtude feminina presente na obra de Plutarco. O Capítulo V, por sua vez, apresenta um glossário dos nomes traduzidos.
Title in English
The feminist image in the "Moralia": heroism and other virtues
Keywords in English
Consolation
Marriage
Plutarch
Virtue
Woman
Abstract in English
The research done has five different moments: Chapter I - an introduction presenting the author and his work; Chapter II - essays that remit the translated works to the context at that period, showing some relevant thoughts of Plutarch about women position in public and private spaces, during the Ancient times; Chapter III - translation of three Plutarch's works: Bravery of Women , Advice to bride and groome and Consolation to his wife; Chapter IV - the final considerations emphasize how the idea of feminine virtue is inserted in the translated works and also the interlocution between the concept of virtue in some Greek authors and Plutarch's ideas. Chapter V presents a glossary of the translated names.
 
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Publishing Date
2007-10-04
 
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