The Cambridge History of Later Greek and Early Medieval Philosophy

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Cambridge University Press, 1967 - Philosophy - 711 pages
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Surveys philosophy from the neo-Platonists to St Anselm, showing how Greek philosophy took the form in which it was known to its cultural inheritors and how they interpreted it.
 

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Contents

GREEK PHILOSOPHY FROM PLATO TO PLOTINUS
11
Aristotle
39
The Later Academy and Platonism
53
The Pythagoreans
84
The Peripatos
107
The Stoa
124
PHILO AND THE BEGINNINGS
133
Justin
158
will and virtue
380
Augustine God and nature
395
Augustine Man in history and society
406
THE GREEK CHRISTIAN PLATONIST TRADITION
421
The Cappadocians
432
The pseudoDionysius
457
The reaction against Proclus
473
St Maximus the Confessor
492

Clement of Alexandria
168
Origen
182
Plotinus and the religion and superstition
195
Teaching and writing
211
Man and reality
222
The One and Intellect
236
the return to the One
250
Introduction to later Neoplatonism
272
Porphyry and lamblichus
283
Athenian and Alexandrian Neoplatonism
302
Marius Victorinus
331
body and soul
354
Augustine Reason and illumination
362
Augustine Sense and imagination
374
The Philosophy of Icons
506
Johannes Scottus Eriugena
518
WESTERN CHRISTIAN THOUGHT FROM BOETHIUS
535
Development of thought in the Carolingian
565
The debate on philosophical learning during
587
the philosophical
611
Introductory
643
AlFarabi and his successors
652
Select Bibliography
670
Additional Notes and Bibliography
692
General Index
699
Index of Greek terms
715
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