"The idea that conspiracy theory derives from 'a crisis of epistemology ' is potentially a rich one, prompting readings that look deeper into how narrative conventions inter-act with cultural habits of mind. P. 's book offers a tantalising view into what such an inquiry might look like and what it can achieve. It therefore stands to enrich not only work on conspiracy (in which P. is already an important voice), but other familiar approaches to the mannered double-speech and darkly cloistered aesthetics which characterise Roman imperial literature...The volume is handsome and well-produced." - The Classical ReviewReview:
Pagan has interesting things to say about these authors and about conspiracies and the Romans' use of (mis)informed conjecture...those interested in politics in the Roman world will welcome the book. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through faculty.--M. J. Johnson, Vanderbilt University"Choice" (06/01/2013)
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