Making the List: Coercion, Co-operation, and Competition in the Hoplite Katalogos
In this article, I demonstrate that recruitment of hoplites under the katalogos system was not defined simply by the state's capacity to coerce citizens into taking up arms; rather, publication of the names of citizens chosen for military service is a practice that reflects the complementary ethics of egoistic, rivalrous competition and communitarian duty that animated the democratic polis.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: April 1, 2020
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