IsocratesIsocrates (; ; 436–338 BC), an ancient Greek rhetorician, was one of the ten Attic orators. Among the most influential Greek rhetoricians of his time, Isocrates made many contributions to rhetoric and education through his teaching and written works.
Greek rhetoric is commonly traced to Corax of Syracuse, who first formulated a set of rhetorical rules in the fifth century BC. His pupil Tisias was influential in the development of the rhetoric of the courtroom, and by some accounts was the teacher of Isocrates. Within two generations, rhetoric had become an important art, its growth driven by social and political changes such as democracy and courts of law. He starved himself to death Provided by Wikipedia
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Isocratis orationes. Alcidamantis contra dicendi magistros. Gorgiæ de laudibus Helenæ. Aristidis de laudibus Athenarum et de laudibus urbis Romæ
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