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Author Garnsey, Peter.
Title Ideas of slavery from Aristotle to Augustine / Peter Garnsey.
Imprint Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1996.

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 JOHN CARROLL GENERAL COLLECTION  HT861 .G37    AVAILABLE  
 MTUNION MAIN BOOKS  306.362 G236i    AVAILABLE  
 PCJ MAIN COLLECTION  270.1 286 G236i    AVAILABLE  
Author Garnsey, Peter.
Series The W.B. Stanford memorial lectures.
W.B. Stanford memorial lectures.
Subject Slavery -- Public opinion -- History.
Slavery and the church -- History.
Slavery in literature.
Description xv, 269 pages ; 23 cm.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 244-259) and indexes.
ISBN 052157403X (hardback)
0521574331 (pbk.)
OCLC # 34515530
Table of Contents
 Abbreviations 
 Preface 
1Slavery and slave theory in antiquity1
2Slavery accepted23
3Justifications of slavery35
4Slave systems criticized53
5Fair words64
6Slavery criticized75
7Slavery eased87
8Aristotle107
9The Stoics128
10Philo157
11Paul173
12Ambrose191
13Augustine206
14Slavery as metaphor220
 Bibliography244
 Index of key texts260
 General index266



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