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The Iliad : a commentary
Preface Abbreviations Introduction 1. Structure and themes 2. Two special problems 3. Homer and his ancient critics Commentary Book 21 Book 22 Book 23 Book 24 General index to Volume VI Index ofExpand
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The Presocratic Philosophers
cannot be neither nor nonfor every value of . Aristotle, it need hardly be said, was well aware of this (cf., e.g., GC 329a10). But if the ‘unlimited’ was not entirely characterless, what was itsExpand
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Heraclitus: The Cosmic Fragments
Index of Fragments Note on the Second Impression Preface Abbreviations Introduction: I. The Date of Heraclitus, II. The Life of Heraclitus, III. The Ancient Evidence on Heraclitus' Thought The CosmicExpand
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The Nature of Greek Myths
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The Presocratic Philosophers: A Critical History With A Selection Of Texts
Preface to the second edition Preface to the first edition Abbreviations Introductory note 1. The forerunners of philosophical cosmogony 2. The Ionian thinkers 3. Philosophy in the west 4. The IonianExpand
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Myth: Its Meaning and Functions in Ancient and Other Cultures
Preface Abbreviations 1. Myths, rituals and folktale 2. Levi-Strauss and the structural approach 3. The nature of myths in ancient Mesopotamia 4. Nature and culture: gilgamesh, centaurs and cyclopsExpand
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The Songs Of Homer
Part I. The Historical Background of the Homeric Poems: 1. The rise of Mycenae 2. The Linear B tablets and life in a late Mycenaean palace-state 3. From the Mycenaean decline to the time of HomerExpand
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Sense and Common-sense in the Development of Greek Philosophy.
This paper forms a brief and synoptic study of the use made by Greek thinkers of explanations and causes that lie outside immediate sense-perception; and of the extent to which these unperceivedExpand
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