Introductory Readings in Ancient Greek And Roman Philosophy

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Hackett Publishing Company, 2006 - Philosophy - 459 pages
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A reader for surveys in Ancient Philosophy that range from the Presocratics through the Romans, this anthology has as its cornerstone substantial selections from C D C Reeve's 2004 translation of Plato's Republic -- a translation that winningly casts the indirect dialogue of the Republic into direct speech -- and features as well other translations known for their dependability and accessibility, expert Introductions, and notes.

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Contents

Three Iconoclasts
4
Eleatic Monism
12
Pluralists
19
Copyright

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Reeve is a professor of philosophy at Reed College and author of several books on ancient Greek philosophy.

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