Paper $44.00 ISBN: 9780900587795 Published October 1997

Aristotle and After (BICS Supplement 68)

Edited by Richard Sorabji

Aristotle and After (BICS Supplement 68)

Edited by Richard Sorabji

Distributed for University of London Press

217 pages
Paper $44.00 ISBN: 9780900587795 Published October 1997
A selection of papers given at the Institute of Classical Studies during 1996. They cover a variety of new work on the 900 years of philosophy from Aristotle to Simplicius. There is a strong concentration on stoicism with papers by: Michael Frede ( Euphrates of Tyre ); A. A. Long ( Property ownership and community ); Brad Inwood ( ’Why do fools fallin love?’ ); Susanne Bobzein ( freedom and ethics ); Richard Gaskin ( cases, predicates and the unity of the proposition ); Richard Sorabji ( stoic philosophy and psychotherapy ); Bernard Williams ( reply to Richard Sorabji ). The other papers are by: Heinrich von Staden ( Galen and the ’Second Sophistic’ ); Hans B. Gottschalk ( continuity and change in Aristotelianism ); Travis Butler ( the homonymy of signification in Aristotle ); Andrea Falcon ( Aristotle’s theory of division ); Sylvia Berryman (Horror Vacui in the third century BC ); M. B. Trapp ( On the Tablet of Cebes ); Marwan Rashed ( a ’new’ text of Alexander on the soul’s motion ).
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