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The Hellenistic philosophers
Preface Introduction Part I. Early Pyrrhonism: 1. Scepticism, tranquillity and virtue 2. Timon's polemics Part II. Epicureanism: 3. Physics 4. Epistemology 5. Ethics Part III. Stoicism: 6. TheExpand
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Hellenistic Philosophy. Stoics, Epicureans, Sceptics
"Hellenistic Philosophy" is a thorough introduction to the three schools of philosophy which dominated the Hellenistic era: Stoicism, Epicureanism and Scepticism. It traces the main developments inExpand
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Translations of the principal sources with philosophical commentary
Preface Introduction Part I. Early Pyrrhonism Part II. Epicureanism Section 1. Physics Section 2. Epistemology Section 3. Ethics Part III. Stoicism Section 4. Ontology Section 5. Logic and SemanticsExpand
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Epictetus: A Stoic and Socratic Guide to Life
Introduction 1. Epictetus in his Time and Place 2. The Discourses 3. The Socratic Paradigm 4. Philosophy and Pedagogy 5. Reading Epictetus 6. Natures: Divine, Human, Animal 7. From Theology to EthicsExpand
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Morals and Values in Homer
For the lack of forty-nine drachmas Socrates was unable to attend the costly epideixis of Prodicus from which he would have learnt the truth about correct use of words (Plato, Cra. 384b). FromExpand
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Soul and Body in Stoicism
What a modern philosopher might call problems of the self and problems of personal identity take the form, in Greek philosophy, of questions about the human ivXy and its relation to the body. In thisExpand
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Pleasure and Social Utility: The Virtues of Being Epicurean
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Thinking and Sense-Perception in Empedocles: Mysticism or Materialism
There is more evidence for Empedocles than for any early Greek philosopher before Democritus, yet the details of his philosophy remain controversial and often hopelessly obscure. Jaeger calledExpand
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VI—The Logical Basis of Stoic Ethics
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