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Los Modos de la Corte. La Formación Meda de Ciro en Ciropedia

Los Modos de la Corte. La Formación Meda de Ciro en Ciropedia

Rodrigo Illarraga, “Los Modos de la Corte. La Formación Meda de Ciro en Ciropedia,” Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 73, no. 3–4 (2017): 1607–42, DOI 10.17990/RPF/2017_73_3_1607.

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Los Modos de la Corte. La Formación Meda de Ciro en Ciropedia

Type Journal Article
Author Rodrigo Illarraga
Rights © 2018 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural | © 2018 Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
Volume 73
Issue 3-4
Pages 1607-1642
Publication Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
ISSN 0870-5283; 2183-461X
Date 2017
DOI 10.17990/RPF/2017_73_3_1607
Language Spanish
Abstract In the following article we will analyze Cyrus’ Mede education in Cyropaedia I, focusing in the reformulation of the Persian values previously inculcated to the young prince— especially, self-restrain (enkrateia) and the rejection of ingratitude (akharistia). To this end, after a synoptic introduction, where we will review the main contributions on the subject, we will present a brief analysis of children’s education in Persia. After this, we will discuss Cyrus’ stay in Media, studying five episodes in detail— (i) the dinner with Astiages and Sacks, (ii) the passage from child to adolescent, (iii) the hunt, (iv) the first warlike experience, and (v) the return to Persia. Finally, we will conclude by showing how Cyrus integrates his two educations into a reformulation with strong political weight.
Date Added 17/01/2018, 18:31:37
Modified 18/01/2018, 10:56:14

Tags:

  • Cyropaedia,
  • education,
  • political systems,
  • self-restrain,
  • Xenophon’s political philosophy

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