Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XIII: 1995 by C. C. W. TaylorOxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XIII: 1995 by C. C. W. Taylor

Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XIII: 1995

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Hardcover | March 1, 1995

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* Martha Nussbaum heads a distinguished international cast of contributors, with a provocative piece relating to a contemporary controversy * The volume includes detailed replies to the papers by Scott Warren Calef and Herbert Granger
C. C. W. Taylor is at Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
Title:Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XIII: 1995Format:HardcoverDimensions:304 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.87 inPublished:March 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198250002

ISBN - 13:9780198250005

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Table of Contents

Scott Warren Calef: Piety and the Unity of Virtue in Euthyphro 11e-14cMark McPherran: Socratic Piety: In Response to Scott CalefScott Warren Calef: Further Reflections on Socratic Piety: A Reply to Mark McPherranHugh H. Benson: The Dissolution of the Problem of the ElenchosWilliam Charlton: Plato's Later PlatonismHerbert Granger: Aristotle on the Subjecthood of FormChristopher Shields: The Subjecthood of Souls and Some Other Forms: A Response to GrangerHerbert Granger: The Subjecthood of Form: A Reply to ShieldsRobert Heinaman: Activity and Change in AristotleDavid Bostock: Aristotle on the Transmutation of the Elements in GC I 1-4Martha Nussbaum: Eros and the Wise: The Stoic Response to a Cultural DilemmaChrisopher Shields: Gail Fine: On Ideas: Aristotle's Criticism of Plato's Theory of Forms

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`The series has maintained a consistently high level of editorial good judgement and continues to attract important, scholarly, and well-argued discussions on most aspects of Greco-Roman philosophy ... The collection as a whole is well worth attention, even from non-specialists ... OxfordStudies in Ancient Philosophy continues to reflect the vigour of a challenging but vital sub-discipline within Classical Studies and philosophy.'Bryn Mawr Classical Review