La construcción del monstruo político en la Oratio in Catilinam prima.

Soledad Correa

Resumo


This paper will explore the First Catilinarian under Foucault’s discourse analysis theory. We assume that the context of political disruption triggers an identity crisis where it is essential to present Catilina as a complete “other” regarding what Rome has been and should be. Furthermore, we argue that this text shows certain regularities that enable an interpretation of Catilina’s otherness in monstrous terms, which entails the necessity of excluding him from the city.


Palavras-chave


Foucault. Catilina. Political monster.

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