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BRUCE W. WINTER

PHILO AND PAUL AMONG THE SOPHISTS

Alexandrian and Corinthian Responses
to a Julio-Claudian Movement

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Contents


Foreword, by G. W. Bowersock
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Abbreviations
Introduction
   The purpose of this book
   The sophists
   Philo among the Alexandrian sophists
   Paul among the Corinthian sophists
   Recent sophistic and rhetorical studies
   The structure of this book

PART I
THE ALEXANDRIAN SOPHISTS

Introduction to Part I
1. A student among the Alexandrian sophists
   The shortage of sophists' schools
   A private tutor in rhetoric as an alternative
   The public declaimers
   The status of students of the sophists
   Conclusion
2. Dio and the Alexandrian sophistic leaders
   The conflict in Alexandria
   Dio as Alexandria's counsellor and saviour
   Philosophers as former leaders in politeia
   Orators, poets and sophists as present leaders in politeia
   Orators and sophists in Dio's corpus
   Conclusion
3. Who are Philo's sophists?
   Identifying Philo's sophists
   Present-day orators and sophists in Contempl. 31
   The throng of sophists in Agr. 136
   Sophists and Sceptics and Academic philosophers in QG III.33
   Sophists and Peripatetics, Stoics, Epicureans etc. in Congr. 67
   Sophists and the ancient poets Homer and Hesiod in Op. 157
   Conclusion
4. Philo's critique of the Alexandrian sophistic tradition
   The sophistic misuse of paideia for vice
   The sophistic misuse of paideia for deception
   The sophistic misuse of paideia for personal gain
   Conclusion
5. Philo among the sophists
   Philo as orator and debater
   Debating with and defeating the sophists
   General conclusions

PART II
THE CORINTHIAN SOPHISTS

Introduction to Part II
6. Epictetus and the Corinthian student of the sophists
   Epictetus and the sophists
   Epictetus and sophistic declamations
   Conclusion
7. Dio and Plutarch among the Corinthian sophists
   Dio among the Corinthian sophists
   Favorinus, the sophist, in Corinth
   Herodes Atticus, the sophist and benefactor of Corinth
   Plutarch among the Corinthian sophists
   Conclusion
8. Paul and sophistic conventions
   Introduction
   Paul's anti-sophistic coming and conduct: 1 Corinthians 2.1-5; 9
   The Corinthians' sophistic response: 1 Corinthians 1.12, 3.4
   Conclusion
9. Paul's critique of the Corinthian sophistic tradition
   The so-called 'apologia': 1 Corinthians 1-4
   Inferiority and sophistic status: 1 Corinthians 1.4-9
   The idolatry of sophistic imitation: 1 Corinthians 1.10-17a
   Sophistic boasting: 1 Corinthians 1.17b-31
   The sophist/disciple boasting and imitation reversed: 1 Corinthians 3.18-23
   The irony of Paul's 'covert allusion', boasting, status, and true imitation: 1 Corinthians 4.6ff.
   Conclusion
10. Paul among the Christian sophists
   Introduction
   The sophistic assessment of Paul as orator and debater 2 Corinthians 10.10, 11.6, 12.16
   Paul's assessment of the Christian sophists: 2 Corinthians 10-13
   Conclusion
11. Conclusions
   The first-century sophistic movement
   Philo's and Paul's sophistic opponents
   The sophistic versus the Gnostic thesis
   Philo, Paul, and rhetoric
   Philo and Paul - towards a comparison
   Athens and Jerusalem, the Academy and the church
Appendix: POxy. 2190
Bibliography
Index of subjects
Index of literary sources
Index of non-literary sources
Index of authors


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