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The Extent Of 'Publicity'

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This chapter intends to consider the extent to which the ideas found in Demetrius' writings can be said to have belonged to the public domain-to have been 'publicised'-and therefore to have direct bearing on understanding his public career. The first part of this chapter discusses various factors which might throw light on this: the manuscripts, indications taken from Demetrius' writings themselves, and external indications. The subsequent sections consider what light the results of this discussion shed on the 'publicising' of the main areas of Demetrius' throught highlighted in Section II. The remainder of this chapter looks at more specific detail, considering what aspects of Demetrius' thought can be considered, either certainly or to some degree of probability, to have been public knowledge at various points in the decades under study.

Keywords: Demetrius' throught; Demetrius' writings; publicity



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