Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy, Volume Two, reflects the refinements in scholarship and philosophical analysis that have impacted classical philosophy in recent years. It is a selection of the best papers presented at the annual meetings of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy during the last decade. The papers presented indicate a shift in accent from a predominant preference for the application of linguistic methods in the study of texts to a more intensified concern for contextual examinations of philosophical concepts. The works of both younger scholars and senior authors show a more liberal, yet controlled, use of historical and cultural elements in interpretation. The papers also reflect advances in scholarship in adjacent fields of Greek studies. From pre-Socratic to post-Aristotelian philosophers, the papers in this volume are intended to stimulate interest in the major accomplishments of classical philosophers. This work augments its companion volume Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy.In such a person, where justice determines that each of his parts acts according to its proper virtue, wisdom that he know what hea#39;s doing, and so on, how could there be a need for the restrained, bonded self-control of Acyxpdteta? (A discussionanbsp;...
|Title||:||Essays in Ancient Greek Philosophy II|
|Author||:||John Peter Anton, Anthony Preus|
|Publisher||:||SUNY Press -|