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Philosophy of Greece : Considered in Relation to the Character and History of Its People

by Benn, Alfred William

Condition: Good/No Jacket

London: Grant Richards, 1898. 308 pages, untrimmed edges. Age discoloring to boards, pages are slighly brittle, light frey at top and bottom of spine & corners, approx 20 pages have margin notes or underlining, cloth webbing showing at front & rear endpaper (all pages firmly attached). Contents include: General Form of Greek Thought and the Position of the Ionian Race; Ionian Schools of Asia Minor; Ionians in Italy; The Minute Philosophers; Humanists and Naturalists; Socrates and Athens - The Democratic Tradition; Plato and Athens - The Aristocratic and Panhellenic Tradition; Aristotle and the Return to Speculative Philosophy; Hellenistic Period - The Stoics, Their Critics and Their Rivals.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. Used.



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