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3 February 1971

  • Daniel Defert
  • François Ewald
  • Alessandro Fontana
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Part of the Michel Foucault, Lectures at the Collège de France book series

Abstract

TWO TYPES OF JUDGMENT in the Homeric texts.

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Notes

  1. 2.
    G. Dumézil, Servius et la Fortune (Paris: Gallimard, 1943) pp. 243–244.Google Scholar
  2. 9.
    L. Gernet, “Le temps dans les formes archaïques du droit,” Journal de psychologie normale et pathologique, LIII (3), 1956, pp. 379–406.Google Scholar
  3. 11.
    See L. Gernet, “Sur la notion de jugement en droit grec,” Archives d’histoire du droit oriental (AHDO), I, 1937, pp. 115–116.Google Scholar
  4. 22.
    See H. Frisch, Might and Right in Antiquity.DikeI: From Homer to the Persian Wars, trans. C.C. Martindale (Copenhagen: Gyldendal Boghandel, 1949).Google Scholar
  5. 26.
    L. Gernet, Droit et Sociéte dans la Grèce ancienne (Paris: Sirey [Publications de l’Institut de droit romain de l’Université de Paris, t. XIII], 1955, 1964 2).Google Scholar
  6. 37.
    J.R. Dunkle, “The Greek tyrant and Roman political invective of the Late Republic,” Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philological Association (Cleveland), XCVIII, 1967, pp. 151–171.CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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  • Daniel Defert
  • François Ewald
  • Alessandro Fontana

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