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Lecture

Democratic Body

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Department
Classical Studies
Course Code
Classical Studies 3400E
Professor
Chris Piper

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1 This all has to do with the democratic ideology of Athens, and a certain image the Athenians had of the male citizen and his body. The inviolability of the male citizen body was what distinguished the citizen from metics or slaves. Citizens by law could not be abused, tortured, or sold into slavery. Hubris or violence against a citizen therefore becomes an anti-democratic crime, since assaulting the body of a citizen meant assaulting the Athenian democratic body. A free citizen man who thus willingly subjects himself to hubris/ sexual penetration for money or indiscriminately is letting his body be treated as that of a woman or slave. Social and s
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