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  1. Ancient Greek Philosophy: From the Presocratics to the Hellenistic Philosophers by Thomas A. Blackson, 2011-04-05
  2. Cynics (Ancient Philosophies) by William Desmond, 2008-10-28
  3. Greek and Roman Philosophy After Aristotle (Readings in the History of Philosophy)
  4. The Ancient Commentators on Plato and Aristotle (Ancient Philosophies) by Miira Tuominen, 2009-06-15
  5. Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy volume 39 by Brad Inwood, 2010-10-10
  6. The Consolation of Philosophy by Boethius, 2008-09-30
  7. Inference from Signs: Ancient Debates about the Nature of Evidence by James Allen, 2008-09-15
  8. Augustine: On the Free Choice of the Will, On Grace and Free Choice, and Other Writings (Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy)
  9. A History of Natural Philosophy: From the Ancient World to the Nineteenth Century by Edward Grant, 2007-01-22
  10. Emotions in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy by Simo Knuuttila, 2006-11-23
  11. A History of Philosophy, Volume 3: Late Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy: Ockham, Francis Bacon, and the Beginning of the Modern World by Frederick Copleston, 1993-03-01
  12. Philosophy and the Good Life: Reason and the Passions in Greek, Cartesian and Psychoanalytic Ethics by John Cottingham, 1998-07-28
  13. Confucianism (Ancient Philosophies) by Paul R. Goldin, 2011-02-07
  14. Before Philosophy, the intellectual adventure of ancient man by Henri Frankfort, 1967

61. Ancient Philosophy Texts
by Robert Drew Hicks, The Enneads Plotinus Trans. by Stephen MacKenna.HELPFUL WEB SITES. Genral Sites on ancient philosophy and Culture
Texts for Philosophy 201
Go To: Text Book Electronic Texts Web Sites Note on Papyrus Image TEXT BOOK Readings in Ancient Greek Philosophy: From Thales to Aristotle
Editors: S. Marc Cohen, Patricia Curd, and C.D.C. Reeve
Hackett Publishing Company: Indianapolis, 1995
ELECTRONIC TEXTS On the Nature of the Gods
Trans. by Horace C.P. McGregor
Available on the R-Drive
Principal Doctrines

Trans. by Robert Drew Hicks The Enneads Plotinus Trans. by Stephen MacKenna HELPFUL WEB SITES Genral Sites on Ancient Philosophy and Culture: Perseus Project The Internet Classics Archives The Greek Philosophy Archive Voice of the Shuttle Classical Philosophy Page ... Gallery of Greek Philosophers' Portraits Garth Kemerling's History of Philosophy Page Greek Mythology Classical Greek Mythology Greek Mythology Link Classics 212: Greek Mythology (A Classics course at Princeton designed by Ruth Webb) Hesiod's Theogony Perseus Project text) Hesiod's Theogony The Internet Classics Archives text) Hesiod's Works and Days The Internet Classics Archives text) Presocratic Philosophy Presocratic Philosophers (also in Greek Thales of Miletus (Article by Kathleen Norton) Pythagoras: Music and Space (Part of a work by J. Boyd-Brent)

62. Ancient Philosophy Index Page
Introduction to Philosophy 201, Course Objectives Methods for Attaining theObjectives, The Importance of ancient philosophy Introduction to Philosophy.
Philosophy 201: Greek and
Roman Philosophy Dr. Michael P. Muth
Westminster College
Department of Religion, History, Philosophy, and Classics Site Web Page Information
Introduction to Philosophy 201

Course Objectives
Methods for Attaining the Objectives
The Importance of Ancient Philosophy
Introduction to Philosophy Texts A list of all texts that we will read in this course as well as links to helpful web sites and electronic texts.
Schedule of Classes
A day by day listing of readings and assignments,with links to helpful web sites and reading/discussion questions.
A list and description of all requirements for this course and a statement concerning the grading policy. Assignments You will find all course assignments here, as well as help on writing a philosophy paper. Greek Language An introduction to Ancient Greek alphabet and pronunciation. Navigation Tool for Michael Muth's Web Site: Home Courses Expectations Why Liberal Arts? ... Phil. Interests

63. Notre Dame Workshop On Ancient Philosophy
Sophocles, Plato, Sybille and Pythagoras Sucevita, Monastery Church,Romania Photo Th. Spalinger © RaffaelVerlag. © University
Faculty Events and Lectures Reading Groups Sophocles, Plato, Sybille and Pythagoras
Sucevita, Monastery Church, Romania
Photo: Th. Spalinger © Raffael-Verlag
University of Notre Dame
contact person: Grechen J. Reydams-Schils
site design by Julie LaFollette
12/5/01 4:13 PM

64. Notre Dame Workshop On Ancient Philosophy
Michael J. Loux, George N. Shuster Professor of Philosophy, Department ofPhilosophy, bio. Kenneth Sayre, Professor, Department of Philosophy, bio.

Home page
Events and Lectures Reading Groups
Faculty Gregory E. Sterling , Professor, Department of Theology, bio Michael J. Loux , George N. Shuster Professor of Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, bio Hindy Najman , Assistant Professor, Department of Theology, bio David Kevin O'Connor , Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy Concurrent Associate Professor, Classics Department, bio Kenneth Sayre, Professor, Department of Philosophy, bio John Ignatius Jenkins CSC , Vice President and Associate Provost, Associate Professor, Department of Philosphy, bio Catherine Heldt Zuckert , Nancy Reeves Dreux Professor, Department of Political Science, bio Michael P. Zuckert , Nancy Reeves Dreux Professor, Department of Political Science, bio Walter J. Nicgorski

65. Ancient Philosophy, Related To The Possibility Of Extraterrestrial Life
E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ancient philosophy, related to the possibility of extraterrestrial life
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ancient philosophy, related to the possibility of extraterrestrial life
The idea that there might be other inhabited worlds dates back thousands of years and has roots in both Eastern and Western thought. Doubtless it first took the form of beliefs in gods, goddesses, and other spiritual beings which inhabited realms beyond the Earth. On a more intellectual level, Buddhism taught pluralism , as did some of the schools of Greek philosophy. Of the latter, atomism, as developed and propagated notably by Leucippus Democritus Epicurus , and Lucretius , is the most significant because the concept of multiple worlds and life is implicit in its cosmological scenario. Prominent among other ancient philosophers who speculated about the possibility (or impossibility) of other worlds and life, or who made discoveries relevant to these subjects, were Thales of Miletus Anaximander of Miletus Anaximenes of Lampsacus Xenophanes ... Ptolemy , and Lucian of Samosata . See medieval philosophy, related to the possibility of extraterrestrial life

66. Duct Shui - A New Tape On An Ancient Philosophy
Stumbling headfirst into the ancient Chinese philosophy of feng shui, The DuctTape Guys emerge totally bewilderedbut not before creating their own
Read more about it:
East meets West
meets Duct Tape.
Stumbling headfirst into the ancient Chinese philosophy of feng shui, The Duct Tape Guys emerge totally bewildered-but not before creating their own breathtakingly stupid philosophy. DUCT SHUI, as they call it, reveals the secrets of achieving harmony and happiness, all through the use of you-know-what.
With its terrific die-cut package (just to hold it feels peaceful, like a perfectly balanced roll of duct tape), DUCT SHUI is the newest work of inspired nuttiness from the guys who created the 365 Days of Duct Tape Calendar, The Jumbo Duct Tape Book, and other bestselling humor books.
Includes a Da Ktap compass (instead of the Pa Kua compass used by feng shui consultants), its very own mantra (Duct Tape, Duct Tape, Duct Tape, whispered until tranquility or sleep is achieved), and an ode to that essential influence: the couch.
The Duct Guys stumble head-first into the ancient Chinese philosophy of Feng Shui.
) morning show.

67. APEIRON: A Journal For Ancient Philosophy And Science
a journal for ancient philosophy and science
EXECUTIVE EDITOR R.J. Hankinson EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Jessica N. Berry EDITORIAL OFFICE The University of Texas at Austin
APEIRON: a journal for ancient philosophy and science
Department of Philosophy
1 University Station (C3500)
Austin, TX 78712
Phone: (512)471-4857
Fax: (512)471-4806
EDITORIAL BOARD Richard Bett (Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University)
Richard Bosley (Philosophy, University of Alberta) Patricia Curd (Philosophy, Purdue University) Lesley Dean-Jones (Classics, University of Texas at Austin) Michael Ferejohn (Philosophy, Duke University) Jyl Gentzler (Philosophy, Amherst College) Daniel Graham (Philosophy, Brigham Young University) Brad Inwood (Classics, University of Toronto) David Konstan (Classics, Brown University) Mohan Matthen (Philosophy, University of British Columbia) Richard McKirahan (Classics and Philosophy, Pomona College) Mark McPherran (Philosophy, University of Maine at Farmington) Deborah Modrak (Philosophy, University of Rochester) Alexander Mourelatos (Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin)

68. PHIL 1315 - Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 1315 ancient philosophy. Dr. Joseph Magee, Office Phone 713-942-3483., Office Hours M-Th 2-4 pm. Office 212 Sullivan, Fall 2001.
PHIL 1315 - Ancient Philosophy
Dr. Joseph Magee Office Phone: 713-942-3483 e-mail: Office Hours: M-Th 2-4 pm Office: 212 Sullivan Fall 2001 Course Syllabus Requirements: Students are required to attend all classes consistent with University policy. A part of each student's grade will be determined by class attendance and participation. Students are required to read all assignments carefully and more than once. The reading and analysis of philosophical writing is a skill difficult to acquire which this course will help students to develop. Study question will be provided to facilitate students' comprehension. Failure to read thoughtfully the assignments will show in class discussions, hurt the students' participation and grades, and make for a boring class. One five-page paper will be due two weeks before the end of the semester. In it, students are required to treat some topic in the philosophy of Plato and/or Aristotle. Paper topics must be submitted for approval at date to be determined by the instructor. The paper is not primarily a research paper, but a philosophical and analytical one. As such, each student should explain the problem he or she is examining making perspicuous the difficulties it involves, the philosophical principles it presupposes, and what new understanding (new principle or rejection of a principle) is necessary to resolve the conflict. Finally, the student should discuss what consequences ensue from this resolution of the problem. More information as to format and style will be provided in the course of the semester.

69. History Of Ancient Philosophy
Phil 3151. History of ancient philosophy.
Phil 3151. History of Ancient Philosophy
Tim O'Keefe, instructor Announcements 12/12. Your final exam is due 12/20. 12/11. Remember that your rewrites are due 12/13. 12/11. The last (wow!) assignment has been posted. Course Materials Relevant web sites Tim O'Keefe, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of Minnesota, Morris. Return to the index of course materials.
Return to Tim O'Keefe's homepage.
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70. Syllabus: Ancient Philosophy
History of Philosophy Ancient Course Syllabus, Julia Annas, ed., Voices of AncientPhilosophy An Introductory Reader (Oxford Oxford University Press, 2001).
History of Philosophy: Ancient Course Syllabus
Required Text Julia Annas, ed., Voices of Ancient Philosophy: An Introductory Reader (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001). Course Description This course is designed to introduce students to the basic problems and issues discussed by philosophers, scientists, religious figures, writers, and ordinary people of the ancient world. The course will be a survey course: rather than relying on a handful of primary texts, we will instead use a reader that organizes readings by topic rather than chronologically. This has the advantage of allowing students to gain a better overall appreciation of the scope of issues discussed by the ancients, and the variety of positions taken on these issues. In the second part of the course we will discuss metaphysical questions. We will begin by discussing some very perplexing and interesting paradoxes of Zeno. Using simple reasoning and propositions that seem obviously true, we will arrive at truly shocking conclusions, such as the claim that motion is impossible. We will also discuss Plato's Theory of Forms, paying close attention to the details of this theory and criticisms raised against it by Plato's contemporaries. Time permitting we will also discuss questions concerning the concept of causation, and puzzles about time.

71. Campion College Of San Francisco - Ancient Philosophy
ancient philosophy Plato, The Republic, Phaedo. Aristotle, Ethics, Politics.Marcus Aurelius, Meditations. Epictetus, Enchiridion. Cicero, Offices. Epicurus,

72. Classics And Ancient Philosophy
Classics and ancient philosophy. The Life of Richard Bentley, DD JH.Monk.Lectures on the History of ancient philosophy William Archer Butler.
Classics and Ancient Philosophy
The Thoemmes Library Library of Classics and Ancient Philosophy
Dictionary of British Classicists, 1500-1960 - Including List of Entries Due out 2004
Three Tracts on Empire: A History of Greece George Grote Aquinas's Commentaries on Aristotle Aristotle George Grote Notes on the Nicomachean Ethics of Aristotle J.A. Stewart The Opus Majus of Roger Bacon Roger Bacon The Life of Richard Bentley, D.D. J.H.Monk Lectures on the History of Ancient Philosophy William Archer Butler A History of Freethought, Ancient and Modern, to the Period of the French Revolution John Mackinnon Robertson George Grote's Life and Miscellaneous Works Greek Thinkers : A History of Ancient Philosophy Theodor Gomperz Collected Works of Richard Claverhouse Jebb Richard Claverhouse Jebb Museum Criticum: Cambridge Classical Researches, 1814-26

73. Ancient Philosophy Resources At Questia - The Online Library Of
ancient philosophy Resources at Questia The Online Library of Booksand Journals. The World's Largest Online Library. ancient philosophy.

74. 24.200 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY - Fall 2001
24.200 ancient philosophy. This course will survey the beginnings of ancient Greekphilosophy, especially in the 5th and 4th centuries BC (ie 500300 BC).

75. 24.200 ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY Sophistic Relativism
24.200 ancient philosophy. The Sophists (Continued). Moral Scepticism.We're now going to look at ethical questions. First, let's continue

76. 24:200: Ancient Philosophy
24200 ancient philosophy. MIT Department of Linguistics and Philosophy.Fall Term 1998. Prof. Sally Haslanger Class Meetings TTh
24:200: Ancient Philosophy MIT Department of Linguistics and Philosophy Fall Term 1998 Prof. Sally Haslanger
Class Meetings: T-Th 11-12:30, 38-136
Office Hours: W 1-3
E39-349 (mailbox: E39-245)
Office Phone: 253-4458
Email: Description : This course will acquaint the student with some of the ancient Greek contributions to the Western philosophical and scientific tradition. We will examine a broad range of central philosophical themes concerning: nature, law, justice, knowledge, virtue, happiness, and death. There will be a strong emphasis on analyses of arguments found in the texts. Prerequisites : none. Texts Readings in Ancient Greek Philosophy from Thales to Aristotle , ed., S. Marc Cohen, Patricia Curd, and C.D.C. Reeve (Indianapolis: Hackett, 1995). [RAGP] Hellenistic Philosophy: Introductory Readings , second edition, ed., Brad Inwood and L. P. Gerson. [HP] Both texts are available at the MIT COOP. The course will be focused on primary sources. Secondary sources will be recommended in class when appropriate, but will not be required. Course Requirements Weekly reading assignments will range from about 30-100 pages per week. It is essential that students complete these assignments in preparation for class meetings.

77. What Is Ancient Philosophy -- Pierre Hadot Michael Chase
What is ancient philosophy. Price $29.95. Coop Discount 10%. InStock Will Ship in 1 to 2 business days. What Is ancient philosophy?
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78. Ancient Philosophy - Allyn & Bacon / Longman Catalog
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79. Ancient Philosophy
ancient philosophy (80250). This course will cover Ancient Greek philosophyfrom the pre-Socratics to the later Hellenistic writers.
Ancient Philosophy (80-250)
Instructor: Robert Cavalier (
This course will cover Ancient Greek philosophy from the pre-Socratics to the later Hellenistic writers. We will prepare the background for Socrates and Plato by tracing the various historical and intellectual movements that led up to and through the flourishing and downfall of Periclean Athens. A study of Socrates (as represented in Aristophanes' comedy and Plato's early dialogues) will lead to an in-depth reading of Plato's Gorgias Symposium and sections of the Republic . We will approach Aristotle through his 'practical philosophy' as presented in the Nicomachean Ethics . The final sections will discuss the Epicurean, Skeptic, and Stoic movements as well as the work of Cicero. Excerpts from other works of Plato and Aristotle as well as Martha Nussbaum's recent work on Aristotle and Hellenistic philosophy will accompany selected parts of the course.
Course Outline
Part I The Pre-Socratics
Historical Context
The Ionian Physicalists
The Pythagoreans
Heraclitus and Parmenides
Part II Socrates
Life and Times: Athens In the Fifth Century BC
Aristophanes' The Clouds
Plato's Early Dialogues
The Gorgias :A Justification of the Life of Socrates
Part III Plato
The Path of Love
The Phaedrus
The Symposium
The Path of Knowledge
The Theaetetus
The Sophist
The Divided Line, Allegory of the Cave and the Paradox of the Philosopher-King

80. Xrefer - Search Results - Ancient Philosophy
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