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This assortment introduces readers to a few of the main revered Pre-Socratic scholarship of the 20th century. It comprises translations of vital works from eu students that have been formerly unavailable in English and contains the foremost subject matters and techniques of latest scholarship. here's a vital publication for college kids and students alike. "Students of the Pre-Socratics needs to be thankful to Mourelatos and his publishers for making those essays to be had to a much wider public."--T. H. Irwin, American magazine of Philology "Mourelatos is a wonderful editor, and educating Pre-Socratics sooner or later with this assortment at the analyzing checklist won't in simple terms be more uncomplicated but in addition better."--Jorgen Mejer, The Classical global "The editor has performed his paintings judiciously. it'd be tricky to plot a greater stability among diversified elements of the subject."--Edward Hussey, files internationales d'histoire des sciences "[This ebook] will unquestionably turn into an vital reduction for starting and complex scholars of the Pre-Socratics."--David E. Hahm, Isis
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Ed. Ionian Philosophy. Studies in Greek Philosophy, 1. Athens: International Association for Greek Philosophy, 1989. ) Capasso, Mario; De Martino, Francesco; and Rosati, Pierpaolo, eds. Studi di filosoflapreplatonica. Naples: Bibliopolis, 1985. ) See also Selective Bibliography (1974), pp. 527-542, below. Brought to you by | New York University Bobst Library Tech Authenticated Download Date | 6/4/15 11:00 AM XXxii BIBLIOGRAPHY ADDENDA ( 1 9 9 3 ) Capizzi, Antonio, and Casertano, Giovanni, eds.
The importance of Heidel's article was increasingly felt through the early decades of this century. His work encouraged Harold Cherniss to rethink the whole question of Aristotle's testimony on Pre-Socratic philosophy,3 and in our own day it has become a common place—at least among scholars writing in English—that the early Greek philosophers conceived of qualities concretely, as things or quasi-things. " 3 See Aristotle's Criticism of Presocratic Philosophy, pp. 50 and n. 203, 57 and n. 233, 60 and n.
Zeno's First Argument Concerning Plurality," AGP, 60 (1978), 247-56. (Critical discussion of Solmsen, "Tradition about Zeno," below, pp. ) Sainsbury, R. M. Paradoxes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. (See ch. ") La scuola eleatica. See III, above. Rossetti, Livio. "The Rhetoric of Zeno's Paradoxes," Philosophy andRhetoric, 21 (1988), 145-52. Vlastos, Gregory. "Plato's Testimony Concerning Zeno of Elea," JHS, 95 (1975), 136-62. (Critical discussion of Solmsen, "Tradition about Zeno," below, pp.