Ancient Philosophy $24.95

Gordon H. Clark
Trade paperback, 500 pages, 1997

This is Dr. Clark's section of a History of Philosophy, which he co-published with three other authors in 1941. Ancient Philosophy deals with ancient Greek philosophy in greater detail than does Thales to Dewey. To Dr. Clark's section of the 1941 book we have appended eleven major essays, including his doctoral dissertation on Aristotle, written for the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania.

Contents:
Foreword. Part I: The Pre-Socratics; Plato; Aristotle; The Hellenistic Age; Conclusion. Part II: Greek Religion and Philosophy; The Beginnings of Greek Philosophy; Hellenistic and Roman Schools of Philosophy; Timaeus or Plato?; Empedocles and Anaxagoras; Spontaneity and Monstrosity in Aristotle; Plotinus' Theory of Sensation; FANTASIA in Plotinus; Plotinus' Theory of Empirical Responsibility; The Theory of Time in Plotinus; Plotinus on the Eternity of the World. Index.

 
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