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    The ἀξίωσις of Words at Thucydides 3.82.4
    Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 21 (2): 139-150. 1980.
    In his famous chapter (3.82) on the revolutions engendered by the Peloponnesian War Thucydides notes that the effects of "stasis" ("faction" and "factional strife") reached even to the words people used. His overview should be translated ""Men changed the customary valuation [or" estimation"] of words in respect to deeds in judging what right was." Thucydides bases his understanding of distortions of language and understanding in revolutions on an implied idea that we need to use measures and…Read more
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    The Tragedy of the Athenian Ideal in Thucydides and Plato
    Lexington Books, imprint of Rowman and Littlefield. 2020.
    This book shows how Plato's "Statesman" and Thucydides' presentation of the moral collapse in Athenian political discourse reveal many points of agreement between Plato and Thucydides. Discussions of other dialogues including "Meno," "Laches," "Charmides," "Symposium," "Phaedo," "Sophist," and "Laws" confirm this agreement. Please see thucydides(dot)org for some editorial errata and corrections.