By Rainich G. Y.
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Indeed, Socrates’ famous description of the written text as a drifting, roaming animal in the Phaedrus (275e), and his criticism of Lysias’s badly written speech as “thrown together indiscriminately” (264b), speaks to the aimless and less unified impression that the written text can, partly due to its length, sometimes present to view. 42 In its widest frame, this book charts how the cartographic impulse – as it begins with ekphrasis and the Muses in Homeric epic and transforms through the map and the fully visible interior of the Greek household – can be read as a defensive strategy against the insufficiency of human vision.
We will discuss this correspondence further when we come to examine the representation of space in prose in Ch. 4. Arist. Poet. 1450a39–b3 compares plot to an outline drawing and character to the color that may be added to it. The city is an ideal city that Socrates described in the previous night’s conversation. Many scholars read this as shorthand for Plato’s Republic. Arist. Rh. 1412a9, cited in A. S. Becker 1985, 49 (see his note 91 for further references to Homer’s animation and enargeia).
In the Histories, Herodotus might reject the map and Xerxes’ cartographic ambition to rule the world, yet at the same time his own project as ethnographer, geographer, and historian maps out into written form its own set of power relations in the context of the western imaginary (for this reason, too, Xenophon’s inability to map the space of the Anabasis destabilizes his voice in the text). To describe the world or to hold it in the hands puts the historian, cartographer, or the tyrant in the same category as the gods, and this – as Homer saw from the start in his attempt to make a supernatural version of himself as narrator – is a fictitious idea.
Curved Space-Time and Radiation by Rainich G. Y.