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.” Donlan (1980), 14. For a reconciliation between the formalist (“instrumentalist”) approach of ancient friendship with a position that recognizes affective elements, see Goldhill (1986), 82 who speaks about “complex obligations, duties and claims.” Cf. Raccanelli (1998), 20. Both Millett (1991) and

In: The Economics of Friendship

.g. DL mentions a conflict between Aristippus of Cyrene and his friend Aeschines of Sphettus. Aristippus makes the first move towards reconciliation; (frg. 112 B Mannebach) Cf. 112 A (= Plut. Cohib . ira 14,462d–e), 112 C (= Stob. 4,27,19). A similar story is attributed to Euclides of Megara who

In: The Economics of Friendship

τοιαύτῃ φιλοφροσύνῃ (769B3) : s’ exprime ici la même conviction que dans les Coniugalia praecepta , où les aphrodisia sont l’ occasion de la réconciliation dans les premiers temps, un peu agités, du mariage où les jeunes caractères s’ affrontent. Le plaisir s’ efface pour permettre l’ éclosion du

In: Quelques aspects du platonisme de Plutarque