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  1. Readings In Ancient Greek Philosophy: From Thales To Aristotle
  2. Introductory Readings in Ancient Greek And Roman Philosophy
  3. Lectures on Ancient Philosophy by Manly P. Hall, 2005-09-08
  4. Voices of Ancient Philosophy: An Introductory Reader
  5. The Philosophy of Art: Readings Ancient and Modern by Alex Neill, Aaron Ridley, 1994-12-01
  6. Ancient Philosophy: A New History of Western Philosophy Volume 1 (New History of Western Philosophy) by Anthony Kenny, 2007-01-08
  7. Ancient Greek Philosophy: An Introduction
  8. What Is Ancient Philosophy? by Pierre Hadot, 2004-03-15
  9. Meet The Philosophers Of Ancient Greece: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Ancient Greek Philosophy But Didn't Know Who To Ask
  10. History of Greek Philosophy (Volume 1) by W. K. C. Guthrie, 1991-08-01
  11. Philosophic Classics, Vol. I: Ancient Philosophy (5th Edition) (Philosophic Classics) by Forrest E. Baird, Walter Kaufmann, 2007-04-29
  12. Before philosophy;: The intellectual adventure of ancient man (Pelican books) by Henri Frankfort, 1959
  13. Retrieving the Ancients: An Introduction to Greek Philosophy by David Roochnik, 2004-06-25
  14. Handbook of Greek Philosophy: From Thales to the Stoics: Analysis and Fragments by Nikolaos Bakalis, 2005-05-24

1. Greek Philosophy [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
Greek Philosophy. Table of Contents Presocratics. Our western philosophical tradition began in ancient Greece in the 6th century BCE.

2. History Of Philosophy
Ancient Philosophy Greek Philosophy. The Origin of Philosophy The Attributes of Mythopoeic Thought 104.2K

3. Philosophy Pages
Aids to the study of philosophy, including study guide, dictionary, timeline, discussion of major philosophers, and links to etexts.

4. Philosophy: History-of-philosophy: Ancient Spirit And Sky
Overview of ancient Roman philosophy by Richard Hooker. Journal published by the University of Texas covering ancient philosophy and science up to the
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  • Ancient Greek Philosophy Ancient Greek Philosophy Outline of the major schools, including primary sources. For a course taught by Barry Smith at Atlantic Baptist University.
    (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 112172
  • Ancient Roman philosophy: Discourses by Epictetus Ancient Roman philosophy: Discourses by Epictetus A selection from the Discourses of Epictetus, ancient Roman philosopher who was born 60 AD, on surrender and the will of God.
    (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 112179
  • Ancient Rome - Philosophy Ancient Rome - Philosophy Overview of ancient Roman philosophy by Richard Hooker.
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  • Apeiron Apeiron Journal published by the University of Texas covering ancient philosophy and science up to the end of the classical period. Site features editorial credits, manuscript submission guidelines, and subscription information.
    (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 112187
  • Classical Political Philosophy Classical Political Philosophy Essays on Greek and Roman political thinkers and experiences.

5. History Of Philosophy
Ancient and Medieval Philosophy. Speculation and Dispute The Presocratics Socrates

6. Philosophy: History-of-philosophy: Ancient: Skepticism Spirit And Sky
Ancient Skepticism. From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Leo Groarke. Article on the two movements in ancient philosophy, Pyrrhonism,
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  • Ancient Greek Skepticism Ancient Greek Skepticism An article on skepticism in Ancient Greece from the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Harald Thorsrud of Temple University.
    (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 112195
  • Ancient Scepticism and the Contra Academicos of St. Augustine Ancient Scepticism and the Contra Academicos of St. Augustine A paper by Bernard Wills closely examines the logic of Augustine's response to ancient scepticism in his Contra Academicos.
    (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 112194
  • Ancient Skepticism Ancient Skepticism From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, by Leo Groarke. Article on the two movements in ancient philosophy, Pyrrhonism, and Academic Skepticism.
    (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 112192
  • Aporetic Philosophia Aporetic Philosophia A discussion of the development of Greek skepticism from Pyrrho to Sextus Empiricus. A reference provided by Aporetic World Music.
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  • Classical Skepticism: Issues and Problems Classical Skepticism: Issues and Problems By Peter Suber of Earlham College
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7. Guide To Philosophy On The Internet (Suber)
From Dana Ward. Thorough coverage of figures, issues, history, and web resources. Ancient Philosophy home page. From Y. Kaneko. Animal Rights.

8. Presocratic Philosophers
Historical information on the philosophers preceding Socrates. The foundation of the Ionian school in Miletos is considered the startingpoint of

9. Ancient Greek Philosophy At Rice University
Ancient Greek Philosophy

10. History Of Philosophy: Ancient
Ancient Greek philosophy is of such a profound and subtle nature that the Albert Bell and James B. Allis Resources in Ancient Philosophy An Annotated
History of Philosophy: Ancient Syllabus
Fall 2001 Professor Margaret Holland Office: Baker 146 Office Hours: MWF 2:30-3:15 Office Phone: 273-5975 Baker 135 Dept. Phone: 273-6221
Course Description:
The discipline we know as 'Philosophy' finds its source in thinkers who lived in Greece after the 7th century B.C. Our first goal in this course will be to begin to understand the types of questions about the world, nature, and reality that were asked in the 6th and 5th centuries B.C. by thinkers now known as 'pre-Socratics.' We will then examine the role of Socrates in turning attention from physical nature and the cosmos toward human life and conduct. Plato continued Socrates's project and developed a metaphysical system to support the claims made by Socrates about what constitutes a good human life. By reading Plato's Republic students will have the opportunity to study Plato's metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, and politics. This work is the first presentation of a complete philosophical system in Western history. Following the Republic , we shall read sections of Aristotle's work selected so as to show students his response to earlier thinkers, as well as his own approach to philosophy that is both unique and a continuation of what preceded him.

11. Philosophy Links
Ancient Greek Philosophy. Back to top of Page. ALEXANDRIA on the Web. Ancient Philosophy Home Page. Aristotle, On the Soul(de anima)

12. The New York Times Log In
Dr. Richard Henry Popkin was a historian of skeptical thought, a hallmark of Western philosophy since ancient Greece. Register for

13. Greek Philosophy Archive
in Greek and is a fine exposition of Stoic philosophy. University of Georgia Tour Click above to see how the ideals of Ancient Greece are

14. PHIL 301: History Of Western Philosophy: Ancient
a better term for what we will be studying is ancient Mediterranean philosophy. Ancient Mediterranean philosophy does form part of the history of
PHIL 301: History of Western Philosophy: Ancient
Sections 001 and 002
Fall 2005
Prof. Cherubin
This is a picture of the Temple of Athena at Priene, just up the road from Miletus, in Ionia (the west coast of modern Turkey). Note that each column is built out of several stone cylinders - someone from Miletus was very interested in that building technique, as we'll see. This terrific image and many more are available for browsing on the Perseus web site. Syllabus for Section 001 (R 4:30-7:10)
Syllabus for Section 002 (T R 1:30 - 2:45)
Supplementary readings - includes web materials, lists of reserve items, and lists of materials to be found in Fenwick Library. Some of these are required reading and some are optional.
On-line copy of suggested topics for your first paper, with tips and suggestions on how to do research in philosophy

Link to your primary Aristotle reading
Metaphysics . (Click on this link, then click on Book I Notes on Aristotle's Metaphysics A1-2 (Book I, Ch. 1-2) Prof. Cherubin's main web page
Note 1. As noted in class, a better term for what we will be studying is "ancient Mediterranean philosophy." Ancient Mediterranean philosophy does form part of the history of Western philosophy, but it also forms part of the history of some non-Western philosophy: Islamic philosophy, for example, draws upon and further develops Greek philosophy. Also, there was plenty of interaction between the Greeks, the Romans, and the Egyptians and East Africans. In addition, there are some conceptual similarities between Greek and Sanskrit thought. So, what you learn in this course will be of use in other courses on e.g. the Middle East, the Near East, North Africa, East Africa, sometimes South Asia, etc.

15. Greek Philosophy Ancient Greece Socrates Plato Aristotle Greek Politics History
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Out of all the Greek city-states in Ancient Greece , Athens was the most democratic of them. However, there were some limits, such as only free men born in the city having the right to vote Political and philosophical debate went very much arm-in-arm , and it was some of the Philosophers who entered into political debate that we most know of today.
Aristotle (843-322BC)
Probably one of the most influential of Western Thinkers, Aristotle was the tutor of Alexander the Great , and a pupil of Plato . Explaining physical and organic phenomena was where most of his thinking was aimed towards. The image to the right is a piece of work called "The School of Athens" , and depicts, at the centre of the painting, Plato and Aristotle . The painting was by Raphael , dated , and is on show at the Fresco Vatican in Stanza, Della Segnatura in Rome
Plato (427-347BC)
One of the most well known of the Greek Philosophers , Plato was a prolific writer , and many of his writings survived and are still being read today. He pushed the idea that

16. Philosophy Ancient Philosophy Homework Help
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17. Winged Sandals: History: Philosophy
philosophy ancient GreekThinkers. The types of issues that the first Greek philosophers looked at were more like what scientists look at today – questions
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Sophists (which means "wise men"). They taught people how to argue for anything, regardless of whether or not their cause was worthy. Other philosophers turned to mysticism and the gods for answers – Pythagoras was one of these. He also believed that the study of mathematics could reveal a lot about nature, especially the relationships between numbers; for example, the relationship between the lengths of the sides of a triangle. Socrates, Plato and Aristotle The three most important Greek philosophers are Socrates, Plato and Aristotle. Socrates , whom we only know about from later sources (especially Plato) and not from his own writings, claimed to know nothing himself. He would specialise in finding people who claimed to have knowledge – for example, politicians, poets and craftsmen – and ask them many questions. Invariably, he ended up finding contradictions in what they believed and showing them that they did not know as much as they thought. He claimed that he was wiser than everybody else because he knew that he knew nothing, whereas they knew nothing but thought that they really knew things. In the end, he made many enemies in Athens and was sentenced to death for impiety and "corrupting the youth". Socrates' most important pupil was Plato , who startes his own philosophical school. Among Plato's most famous beliefs is his "theory of forms" – the belief that for every type of object and quality there is a perfect example in the immaterial world, called a "form". Things in this world have the qualities they do because they partake in these forms.

18. History Of Western Philosophy: Ancient
Ancient Greek Philosophy is an extremely contentious subject, and tempers will flare. But cooler heads must prevail, and civil behavior is expected at all
Philosophy 310
History of Western Philosophy:
Ancient Philosophy
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Winter Quarter 2005 Scott Carson
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Section Number: A01
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Course Description This course surveys the history of philosophy in Greece from its origins in the early 6 th century BC through the contributions of the Hellenistic schools in the 3 rd century BC. The course has two aspects, one philosophical, the other historical. From the philosophical point of view we will analyze the arguments of various Greek philosophers and assess their strengths and weaknesses; from the historical point of view we will attempt to put the thought of the ancient Greeks into its cultural context and to understand the growth and development of philosophy as a discipline as it pertains to the structure of the field today. Course Objectives
This course aims to accomplish three objectives: Acquaint the student with the more important philosophical ideas originating in ancient Greece. Sharpen the student’s skills at critical philosophical reading and writing.

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    5 sources, 6 Citations, MLA Format Click here read this research paper. Paper Abstract: Describes the State/individual relationship as a key element in political philosoophy. Ideas of Plato as expressed in THE APOLOGY, the account of Socrates acceptance of a death sentence rather than giving up his way of life. Idea of moral duty and obedience to the laws of the state, even if the laws are unjust. Moral concept of right and wrong expressed in the CRITO. Socrates view of philosophy as the proper way to determine right from wrong. Paper Introduction: One of the key elements in political philosophy is the nature of the relationship between the individual and the state. Generally, this is related by a given philosopher to his or her view of the origin of the state, which in turn determines the nature of the obligation owed by the individual to the state. Plato holds that we live in a state and enjoy the protection of its laws and that this gives us an obligation to the state to obey its laws. Socrates is the voice by which Plato speaks, and there has always been some uncertainty as to the source of much of what Socrates has to say in the dialogues, whether Plato can be viewed more as a chronicler or as a philosopher putting words into the mouth of Socrates as a character. In any case, in The Apology, Socrates accepts a death sentence rather than recant his way of life. However, he is also given the option of paying

20. 15th Conference On Greek Philosophy: First Circular
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"CONCEPTIONS OF PHILOSOPHY: ANCIENT AND MODERN" (GREECE, AUGUST 1st-7th, 2003) The Conference is under the Aegis of the President of the Hellenic Republic and the direction of an International Academic Committee. The place of the Conference will be announced in due course. The conference has the following aims: 1. To examine significant conceptions of philosophy from the Presocratic to contemporary times. 2. To inquire into contemporary philosophical trends, schools and doctrines, highlighting the manner in which they express the nature and function of philosophy. 3. To discern the extent to which various conceptions of philosophy address the problems of our age.

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