Epilogue: The Statesman and the State in De Oratore and After
This chapter begins with a review of the discussion in the preceding chapters. It then considers Cicero's expectations at the time of De Oratore by comparing his views on the statesman's individual role in the dialogue with his second treatise, the De Re Publica, circulated in 51. It presents another reflection on the dialogue provided by Tacitus' Dialogus De Oratoribus.
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