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Ciceros Paradoxa Stoicorum als interdisziplinäre Schullektüre für die Fächer Latein und Philosophie: Eine Untersuchung eines fächerübergreifenden Kompetenzgewinns
Cicero's Paradoxa Stoicorum (46 B.C.) is a work that has long been forgotten in high school education. The Paradoxa aspire to popularize the scholarly language of Stoic philosophy with the help of rhetoric. This – from today's perspective – interdisciplinary character and the brevity of the work are reasons that allow students of our time an unusually open as well as easy access to Latin philosophical literature, which draws attention to the interdisciplinary value of teaching Latin in schools. This book focuses on concepts such as happiness, freedom and wealth, which are difficult to define, but – at the same time – determine everyday life. The book wants to show the benefits of the Paradoxa Stoicorum in particular as well as the benefit of teaching Latin across various disciplines in general.