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The works of Plutarch, notably his Moralia but also his Lives, provide us with exceptional evidence, since they cover both perspectives. As to the former, as a priest of Apollo at Delphi he witnessed pagan religion and ancient religious experience;
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  Edited by 󰁬󰁡󰁵󰁴󰁡󰁲󰁯 󰁲󰁯󰁩󰁧 󰁬󰁡󰁮󰁺󰁩󰁬󰁬󰁯󰁴󰁴󰁡 󰁩󰁳󰁲󰁡󰁥󰁬 󰁭󰁵ñ󰁯󰁺 󰁧󰁡󰁬󰁬󰁡󰁲󰁴󰁥 Plutarch in the Religious andPhilosophical Discourse of Late Antiquity .⁄ - 9<HTUALE=cdeheb> Lautaro Roig Lanzillotta, Ph.D. in Classics (  ) and in Theology (  ) is Associate Professor of New Testament and Early Christian Studies at the University of Groningen.He has published extensively on classics, ancient history and philosophy, andEarly Christianity. He is the author a.o. of La envidia en el pensamiento griego (Madrid  ) and  Acta Andreae Apocrypha. A New Perspective on the Nature,Intention and Significance of the Primitive Text  (Geneva  ). Israel Muñoz Gallarte, Ph.D. in Classics (  ) is Assistant Profesor of Classics at the University of Córdoba. He publishes on classics, Plutarch, Early Christian Apocrypha, andSemantics. He is the author of Los sustantivos-Hecho en el Nuevo Testamento (Madrid  ) and co-author of Cuenca capta: los libros griegos del s. XVI en el Seminario Conciliar de San Julián (Cuenca  ). The works of Plutarch, notably his Moralia , provide us with exceptional evidence to reconstruct the spiritual and intellectual atmosphere of the first centuries 󰁣󰁥. As a priest of Apollo at Delphi, Plutarch was a first range witnessof ancient religious experience; as a Middle Platonist, he was also activelyinvolved in the developments of the philosophical school. Besides, he also provided a more detached point of view both regarding numerous religiouspractices and currents that were permeating the building of ancient pagan religion and the philosophical views of other schools. His combining the insiderand the sensitive observer’s perspectives make Plutarch a crucial starting pointfor the understanding of the religious and philosophical discourse of Late Antiquity.         󰁳  󰁴  󰁵  󰁤  󰁩  󰁥  󰁳  󰁩  󰁮  󰁰  󰁬  󰁡  󰁴  󰁯  󰁮  󰁩  󰁳  󰁭 ,  󰁮  󰁥  󰁯  󰁰  󰁬  󰁡  󰁴  󰁯  󰁮  󰁩  󰁳  󰁭 ,  󰁡  󰁮  󰁤  󰁴  󰁨  󰁥  󰁰  󰁬  󰁡  󰁴  󰁯  󰁮  󰁩  󰁣  󰁴  󰁲  󰁡  󰁤  󰁩  󰁴  󰁩  󰁯  󰁮  󰁳 󰁴 󰁵󰁤󰁩 󰁥  󰁳 󰁩  󰁮󰁰 󰁬 󰁡󰁴 󰁯 󰁮󰁩  󰁳 󰁭 , 󰁮󰁥  󰁯󰁰 󰁬 󰁡󰁴 󰁯 󰁮󰁩  󰁳 󰁭 ,󰁡 󰁮󰁤󰁴󰁨󰁥 󰁰 󰁬 󰁡󰁴 󰁯 󰁮󰁩  󰁣󰁴 󰁲󰁡󰁤󰁩 󰁴󰁩  󰁯 󰁮  󰁲 󰁯󰁩  󰁧󰁬 󰁡 󰁮󰁺󰁩 󰁬 󰁬  󰁯󰁴󰁴󰁡󰁡 󰁮󰁤󰁭 󰁵 ñ  󰁯󰁺 󰁧󰁡󰁬 󰁬 󰁡 󰁲󰁴󰁥   (    E  d    s  .   )    P  l   u t  a  r  c  h  i   n t  h  e  R e  l   i   g  i   o  u s  a  n d P  h  i   l   o  s  o  p h  i   c  a  l  D i   s  c  o  u r  s  e  o  f  L  a  t  e A n t  i   q u i   t  y BRILL BRILL   Brill_SPNP14_cover 08-08-12 10:18 Page 1
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