Table of Contents
|The Genealogy of the Symbolic||p. 1|
|Symbols and Riddles: Allegorical Reading and the Boundaries of the Text||p. 21|
|Beginnings to 300 b.c.e.: Meaning from the Void of Chance and the Silence of the Secret||p. 77|
|From the Head of Zeus: The Birth of the Literary Symbol||p. 111|
|Swallowed Children and Bound Gods: The Diffusion of the Literary Symbol||p. 142|
|300 b.c.e.-200 c.e.: The Symbol as Ontological Signifier||p. 162|
|Iamblichus and the Defense of Ritual: Talismanic Symbols||p. 204|
|Moonstones and Men That Glow: Proclus and the Talismanic Signifier||p. 227|
|Symbol Traces: Post-Proclean Theories||p. 254|
|Chrysippus's Reading and Authorial Intention: The Case of the Mural at Samos||p. 279|
|Bibliography of Ancient Authors||p. 283|
|Bibliography of Modern Authors||p. 285|
|Index Locorum||p. 297|
|General Index||p. 311|
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