By Fabio Berdozzo

one among Lucian’s major subject matters is the severe remark of non secular lifestyles. His feedback of non secular rules, besides the fact that, happens solely as dispute with the kinds and versions of literary culture. even if discussing the positions of philosophers, he is still a author; his gods are literary gods. Nowhere in his oeuvre is there proof of a private non secular feeling. on account of this learn, the conventional photograph of Lucian as a progressive and nihilist is positioned into one other perspective.

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