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111): Omnis igitur res eandem habet naturam ambigendi, de qua quaeri et disceptari potest, sive in infinitis consultationibus disceptatur sive in eis causis, quae in civitate et forensi disceptatione versantur. Accordingly every matter that can be the subject of inquiry and discussion involves the same kind of issue, whether the discussion falls in the class of abstract deliberations or of things within the range of political and legal debate. [Trans. ] It is likely, then, that in de Orat. Cicero is using material he had retained from the rhetorical teachings of Philo (so also Brittain 2001: 339–40), and that he is reproducing this material in the third part of the Topica.

The notion of a ‘Peripatetic rhetorical tradition’ requires some The Anonymus Seguerianus 37 explanation. I use this expression in contradistinction to ‘school rhetoric’. To this latter category I would assign, for instance, the Rhet. , Rhet. , from the Rhet. , and from what we know about the rise of Stoicism in the Hellenistic era, by the time of Hermagoras there was a discernible influence of Stoic theories of argument (see below for further detail) in the school-rhetorical tradition. By contrast, I use ‘Peripatetic rhetorical tradition’ to denote a tradition, lost in its entirety and traceable only as scattered items of doctrine, of rhetorical handbooks which closely followed Aristotle’s views on rhetoric (and dialectic, where both fields overlap).

Here the Anon. relates Alexander’s position concerning the question whether every speech should include a prooemium. Alexander’s 8 stowastiK &ZB < t wnZB > Wilamowitz. 40 Introduction view that some speeches require it and some do not seems merely commonsensical, but his justification is remarkable. Rhetoric, he says, is a t wnZ, a body of knowledge which is by nature stowastiKZ, ZmZ that rests on incontrothat is without the exactness of an ’ pist vertible theorems; rhetoric refers to things that are constantly changing, for which reason it is inappropriate to give precepts as to what one should ‘always’ do.

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