„Archeologia” historiografii jako retoryczna gra. O porównaniu greckich autorów w „Liście do Pompeiusza” Dinizjosa z Halikarnasu

Słowa kluczowe: Dionizjos z Halikarnasu, „List do Pompeiusza”, historiografia, retoryka, wcześni historycy greccy – Hellanikos, Charon, Herodot, Tukidydes, Ksenofont, Filistos, Teopompos, oratorzy, Lysias, Demostenes, krytyka literacka, agon

Abstrakt

Dionizjos z Halikarnasu w teoretycznym traktacie zatytułowanym „List do Pompejusza” zawarł dyskusję na temat retorycznego mistrzostwa i nauki. Traktat rozpoczynają krytyczne uwagi Dionizjosa, adresowane do Platona. Autor przyznaje jednak, iż jest zachwycony dziełami Platona. Pośród trzech greckich mówców, uznawanych za najwybitniejszych – Izokratesa, Platona, Demostenesa – Dionizjos z Halikarnasu celowo studiuje Platona. Prowadzi szeroką dyskusję. Dionizjos wielokrotnie podkreśla, że wskazani autorzy mają na celu ustalenie prawdy. Najdłuższy rozdział oznaczony jako 3, dotyczy historyków greckich i stylu ich prac. Dionizjos zauważa rywalizacje mistrzów, ale głównymi bohaterami rozdziału stali się Herodot i Tukidydes. Dinozjos zauważa, że „ojciec historii” przewyższa ateńskiego historyka. Prezentowany artykuł dotyczy użycia słowa συγγγραφεύς. Słowa tego retor użył w odniesieniu do Herodota, Tukidydesa, Hellanikosa i innych historyków. Dionizjos wskazuje na styl autorów, tematykę ich prac.

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