Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XVI, 1998 by C. C. W. TaylorOxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XVI, 1998 by C. C. W. Taylor

Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XVI, 1998

EditorC. C. W. Taylor

Hardcover | December 1, 1998

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Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy is an annual volume of original articles, which may be of substantial length, on a wide range of topics in ancient philosophy, and review articles of major books. The 1998 volume is broad in scope, as ever, featuring four pieces on Aristotle, two on Plato,and one each on Xenophanes, the Atomists, and Plutarch. 'An excellent periodical.' Mary Margaret MacKenzie, Times Literary Supplement 'This ... annual collection ... has become standard reading among specialists in ancient philosophy ... Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy continues to reflect the vigour of a challenging but vital sub-discipline within Classical Studies and Philosophy.' Brad Inwood, Bryn Mawr ClassicalReview
C. C. W. Taylor is Reader in Philosophy at the University of Oxford, and Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy at Corpus Christi College.
Title:Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XVI, 1998Format:HardcoverPublished:December 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

John A. Palmer: Xenophanes' Ouranian God in the Fourth CenturyIstvan M. Bodnar: Atomic Independence and IndivisibilityRachel Barney: Socrates Agonistes: The Case of the Cratylus EtymologiesStephen Everson: The Incoherence of ThrasymachusTheodor Ebert: Aristotelian AccidentsHenry Mendell: Making Sense of Aristotelian DemonstrationRobert Heinaman: Alteration and Aristotle's Activity-Change DistinctionJeffrey S. Purinton: Aristotle's Definition of HappinessGeorge Boys-Stones: Plutarch on Koinos Logos: Towards an Architecture of the De Stoicorum RepugnantiisJohn E. Sisko: Alteration and Quasi-alteration: A Critical Notice of Stephen Everson, Aristotle on PerceptionIndex Locorum