Ancient Greek Philosophy: Thales to Gorgias
Pearson Education India - 364 pagine
In Ancient Greek Philosophy: Thales to Gorgias, the principal fragments of the early are translated and discussed at length. Using the perspectives of their closest contemporaries, the author looks closely at the problems and issues raised by the pre-Socratics, providing at once an in-depth introduction to the whole of classical Greek philosophy. This book would prove to be of abiding interest to all students and teachers of philosophy and the history of ideas.
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Anaxagoras Anaximander Anaximenes animals Apeiron appears argument Aristotle assert Atomists atoms body cause characterize claim coming compounds conception connected contradiction contrast cosmic cosmology cosmos daimon Democritus deny destruction Diogenes Laertius distinction divine doctrine earth Eleatic elements Empedocles eternal everything exist explain false fire fragments gods Gorgias grasp Greek philosophy harmony Heavens hence Heraclitus human Ibid immortal indivisible infinite divisibility Ionian is-not kind knowledge Leucippus limit logos Love magnitude matter means Metaphysics Milesians mind mortal motion move nature objects opposites original mixture paradoxical Parmenides perception Phaedo phenomena Philolaus philosophers Physics Plato plurality pre-Socratic predicates principle properties Protagoras Pythagoras Pythagorean reason rhetoric roots seems sense separation Sextus Simplicius simply Socrates Sophists soul sphere Stobaeus Strife substance suggests supposed Thales Theaetetus theApeiron theory thesis things thinkers thought true truth unity universe unlimited void what-is whole Zeno