CICERO'S ECLECTICISM AND ORIGINAUTY

D.H. van Zyl

Abstract


One of the most strenuous debates in regard to Cicero turns upon the comroversial subject of his
eclecticism and originality, or lack of originality. Much of what is said on this subject, however,
is simplistic or ill-considered, since it does not take account, on the one hand, of the relevant
circumstances pertaining to Cicero's eclecticism nor, on the other hand, of the basis upon which
his originality should be adjudicated

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.7445/35-3-4-563

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