Morte e gênero em Sêneca: um diálogo com os vestígios da cultura material

Luciane Munhoz de Omena, Margarida Maria de Carvalho

Resumo


O presente artigo visa à compreensão das relações estabelecidas entre morte e gênero nas representações filosóficas de Lúcio Aneu Sêneca, bem como a presença de tais relações na cultura material; para tanto serão utilizadas Epistulae Morales e Ad Marciam de Consolatione. A partir daí, traçaremos algumas reflexões críticas acerca dos comportamentos femininos aristo­cráticos em relação ao luto prolongado e, dessa forma, anali­sando a prática da uirtus, compreender a criação de normas de conduta feminina para a expressão pública da dor e a inserção de dimensões mais particulares e emocionais no modo como se lembravam dos mortos na corte imperial romana.       


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Morte; Feminino; Luto; Roma; Virtude.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24277/classica.v27i1.341

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