Early Greek Philosophy 1892

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2003 - Philosophy - 388 pages
When traditional view of the world and the customary rules of life had broken down, the Greeks began to feel the needs which philosophies of nature and of conduct seek to satisfy. Contents: The Milesian School; Science and Religion; Herakleitos of Ephesos; Parmenides of Elea; Empedokles of Akragas; The Younger Eleatics; Revival of Philosophy in Ionia.

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