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Index of Authors

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Chapter Summary

This index presents a list of authors whose works are mentioned in the book Paul and Philodemus: Adaptability in Epicurean and Early Christian Psychagogy. In this book, the author has spotlighted a wide range of works by philosophers, rhetoricians, and moralists who concerned themselves with the problem of versatility, including the literature concerning flattery and friendship. Furthermore, he has focused on the Epicureans, because they offer the most appropriate comparative material for an investigation of Paul's psychagogic nurture of the proto-Christian communities.

Keywords: Epicureans; Paul; proto-Christian communities



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