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Hesk Jon
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USD
40.00
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Mullen Books, Inc. ABAA / ILAB /ABAA
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Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, Date: 2000. Hardcover. VG- (ex-library w/ stamps to textblock edges, internal stamps, usual markings, etc. edge-wear & creasing to boards. dustjacket taped to cover edges, ID to lower spine; light sunning to spine). black boards w/ gilt spine printing. book viii, 336 pgs. blue & white dustjacket w/ white printing; protective plastic cover. From a college library. No removal stamps to due date slip. Pages clean; remains tightly bound. "This is the first full-length study of the representation of deceit and lies in classical Athens. Dr. Hesk traces the ways in which Athenian drama, democratic oratory and elite prose writing construct and theorise a relationship between dishonesty and civic identity. He focuses on the ideology of military trickery, notions of the 'noble lie' and the developing associations of rhetorical language with deceptive communication. Deception and Democracy in Classical Athens combines close analysis of Athenian texts with lively critiques of modern theorists and classical scholars. Athenian democratic culture was crucially informed by a nuanced, anxious and dynamic discourse on the problems and opportunities which deception presented for its citizenry. Mobilising comparisons with twentieth-century democracies, the author argues that Athenian literature made deception a fundamental concern for democratic citizenship. This ancient discourse on lying highlights the dangers of modern resignation and postmode ...
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Hesk Jon
USD
40.00
Mullen Books, Inc. ABAA / ILAB /Biblio
Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, Date: 2000. Hardcover. VG- (ex-library w/ stamps to textblock edges, internal stamps, usual markings, etc. edge-wear & creasing to boards. dustjacket taped to cover edges, ID to lower spine; light sunning to spine). black boards w/ gilt spine printing. book viii, 336 pgs. blue & white dustjacket w/ white printing; protective plastic cover. From a college library. No removal stamps to due date slip. Pages clean; remains tightly bound. "This is the first full-length study of the representation of deceit and lies in classical Athens. Dr. Hesk traces the ways in which Athenian drama, democratic oratory and elite prose writing construct and theorise a relationship between dishonesty and civic identity. He focuses on the ideology of military trickery, notions of the 'noble lie' and the developing associations of rhetorical language with deceptive communication. Deception and Democracy in Classical Athens combines close analysis of Athenian texts with lively critiques of modern theorists and classical scholars. Athenian democratic culture was crucially informed by a nuanced, anxious and dynamic discourse on the problems and opportunities which deception presented for its citizenry. Mobilising comparisons with twentieth-century democracies, the author argues that Athenian literature made deception a fundamental concern for democratic citizenship. This ancient discourse on lying highlights the dangers of modern resignation and postmode ...
Hesk, Jon
USD
40.00
Mullen Books, ABAA /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, England] Hardcover black boards w/ gilt spine printing. book viii, 336 pgs. blue & white dustjacket w/ white printing; protective plastic cover. From a college library. No removal stamps to due date slip. Pages clean; remains tightly bound. "This is the first full-length study of the representation of deceit and lies in classical Athens. Dr. Hesk traces the ways in which Athenian drama, democratic oratory and elite prose writing construct and theorise a relationship between dishonesty and civic identity. He focuses on the ideology of military trickery, notions of the 'noble lie' and the developing associations of rhetorical language with deceptive communication. Deception and Democracy in Classical Athens combines close analysis of Athenian texts with lively critiques of modern theorists and classical scholars. Athenian democratic culture was crucially informed by a nuanced, anxious and dynamic discourse on the problems and opportunities which deception presented for its citizenry. Mobilising comparisons with twentieth-century democracies, the author argues that Athenian literature made deception a fundamental concern for democratic citizenship. This ancient discourse on lying highlights the dangers of modern resignation and postmodern complacency concerning the politics and morality of deception."--Jacket. VG- (ex-library w/ stamps to textblock edges, ...
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Hesk, Jon
USD
42.00
Mullen Books, Inc. ABAA / ILAB via Alibris /Alibris
Cambridge, England Cambridge University Press 2000 Hardcover VG-(ex-library w/ stamps to textblock edges, internal stamps, usual markings, etc. edge-wear & creasing to boards. dustjacket taped to cover edges, ID to lower spine; light sunning to spine) Black boards w/ gilt spine printing. book viii, 336 pgs. blue & white dustjacket w/ white printing; protective plastic cover. From a college library. No removal stamps to due date slip. Pages clean; remains tightly bound. "This is the first full-length study of the representation of deceit and lies in classical Athens. Dr. Hesk traces the ways in which Athenian drama, democratic oratory and elite prose writing construct and theorise a relationship between dishonesty and civic identity. He focuses on the ideology of military trickery, notions of the 'noble lie' and the developing associations of rhetorical language with deceptive communication. Deception and Democracy in Classical Athens combines close analysis of Athenian texts with lively critiques of modern theorists and classical scholars. Athenian democratic culture was crucially informed by a nuanced, anxious and dynamic discourse on the problems and opportunities which deception presented for its citizenry. Mobilising comparisons with twentieth-century democracies, the author argues that Athenian literature made deception a fundamental concern for democratic citizenship. This ancient discourse on lying highlights the dangers of modern resignation and postmodern complacen ...
Hesk, Jon
USD
45.00
Powell's Books Chicago via Alibris /Alibris
Cambridge University Press 2001 Hard cover Very Good 2001. Hardcover. With dj. Some shelfwear to dj. Pencil underlining and marginalia throughout prologue, as well as on rear endpapers. Otherwise clean and tight. Very Good. (Subject: Ancient, Greece).
Hesk Jon
USD
45.00
Powell's Bookstores Chicago /Biblio
Cambridge University Press. Used - Very Good. 2001. Hardcover. With dj. Some shelfwear to dj. Pencil underlining and marginalia throughout prologue, as well as on rear endpapers. Otherwise clean and tight. Very Good. (Subject: Ancient, Greece). Cambridge University Press ISBN 0521643228 9780521643221 [US]
Hesk, Jon
USD
48.25
Powell's Bookstores Chicago, ABAA /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: Cambridge University Press] Hardcover 2001. Hardcover. With dj. Some shelfwear to dj. Pencil underlining and marginalia throughout prologue, as well as on rear endpapers. Otherwise clean and tight. Very Good.
[Chicago, IL, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2000]
Hesk, Jon
USD
59.07
LowKeyBooks /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: Cambridge University Press 2001-01-29] Hardcover Item is in good condition. Some moderate creases and wear. This item may not come with CDs or additional parts including access codes for textbooks. This may not have a dust jacket. Might be an ex-library copy and contain writing/highlighting. Photos are stock pictures and not of the actual item.
[Sumas, WA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2001]
Jon Hesk
USD
65.30
Ergodebooks /Biblio
Cambridge University Press, Date: 2001-01-29. Hardcover. Good. Excellent customer service. Prompt Customer Service. 2001. Cambridge University Press ISBN 0521643228 9780521643221 [US]
Hesk Jon
USD
78.40
Ancient World Books /Biblio
Cambridge University Press. Near Fine in Fine dust jacket. Date: 2000. Hardcover. 0521643228 . Former owner's bookplate on ffep. ; 344 pages; This book is a study of the ways in which classical Athenian texts represent and evaluate the morality of deception. It is particularly concerned with the way in which the telling of lies was a problem for the world's first democracy and compares this problem with the modern Western situation. There are major sections on Greek tragedy, comedy, oratory, historiography and philosophy. . 2000. Cambridge University Press ISBN 0521643228 9780521643221 [CA]
Hesk, Jon
USD
80.00
Ancient World Books /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: Cambridge University Press] Hardcover Former owner's bookplate on ffep. ; 344 pages; This book is a study of the ways in which classical Athenian texts represent and evaluate the morality of deception. It is particularly concerned with the way in which the telling of lies was a problem for the world's first democracy and compares this problem with the modern Western situation. There are major sections on Greek tragedy, comedy, oratory, historiography and philosophy.
[Toronto, ON, Canada] [Publication Year: 2000]
Hesk, Jon
USD
80.30
Alibris /Alibris
Cambridge, England Cambridge University Press 2000 Hard cover New. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 346 p.
Hesk, Jon
USD
83.00
Ancient World Books via Alibris /Alibris
Cambridge University Press 2000 Hardcover Near Fine in Fine dust jacket 0521643228. Former owner's bookplate on ffep.; 344 pages; This book is a study of the ways in which classical Athenian texts represent and evaluate the morality of deception. It is particularly concerned with the way in which the telling of lies was a problem for the world's first democracy and compares this problem with the modern Western situation. There are major sections on Greek tragedy, comedy, oratory, historiography and philosophy.
Jon Hesk
USD
105.33
Revaluation Books /Biblio
Cambridge Univ Pr, Date: 2000. Hardcover. New. first ed edition. 344 pages. 9.00x6.00x1.00 inches. 2000. Cambridge Univ Pr ISBN 0521643228 9780521643221 [GB]
Jon Hesk
USD
105.73
Revaluation Books /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: Cambridge Univ Pr] Hardcover first ed edition. 344 pages. 9.00x6.00x1.00 inches. In Stock.
[Exeter, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2000]
Jon Hesk
USD
107.59
The Saint Bookstore /Biblio
Hardback. New. This book, first published in 2000, is a study of the ways in which classical Athenian texts represent and evaluate the morality of deception. It is particularly concerned with the way in which the telling of lies was a problem for the world's first democracy and compares this problem with the modern Western situation. ISBN 0521643228 9780521643221 [GB]
Hesk, Jon
USD
110.61
Ria Christie Books via Alibris /Alibris
Cambridge, England Cambridge University Press 2000 Hard cover New. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. 346 p.
Hesk, Jon
USD
112.58
BennettBooksLtd /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: Cambridge University Press] Hardcover New.
[San Diego, CA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2000]
Jon Hesk
USD
127.04
Chiron Media /AbebooksUK
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: Cambridge University Press 2000-11-23] Hardcover
[Wallingford, United Kingdom] [Publication Year: 2000]
Hesk, Jon
USD
142.16
Bonita via Alibris /Alibris
Cambridge University Press 2001 Hardcover Good
VvAa. v. Aa
USD
1046.55
Books from Worldwide /Biblio
CAMBRIDGE. Used - Good. CAMBRIDGE ISBN 0521643228 9780521643221 [ES]
Vv.Aa.
USD
1261.70
V Books /Abebooks
ISBN10: 0521643228, ISBN13: 9780521643221, [publisher: CAMBRIDGE] Hardcover
[DH, SE, Spain] [Publication Year: 2000]

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