Synopses & Reviews
William W. Park is one of the leading scholars in international commercial arbitration. This new book is a coherent and focused collection of his most significant and timeless articles on business dispute arbitration. The original articles have been revised and updated to provide a
contemporary perspective, while the collection is prefaced by a major new article which draws together the key themes. The book will appeal to serious arbitration practitioners and academics alike.
This is a study of the relationship between Greek prose literature of the Antonine Age in the second century AD (the Second Sophistic) and idea-theory, a type of literary stylistics best known from the Peri Ideon of Hermogenes of Tarsus. The author considers sophistic declamation, the relative value attributed to prose and poetry, attitudes towards Xenophon and Demosthenes, and the reputation of Aelius Aristides.