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Studies in Greek Philosophy, Volume I:
The Presocratics
Gregory Vlastos
Edited by Daniel W. Graham

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

PREFACE ix
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xiii
INTRODUCTION xv
NOTE ON TEXTUAL CONVENTIONS xxv
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xxvii
PART ONE: CONCEPT STUDIES
1. Theology and Philosophy in Early Greek Thought 3
2. Solonian Justice 32
3. Equality and Justice in Early Greek Cosmologies 57
4. Isonomia 89 5. Cornford's Principium Sapientiae 112
PART TWO: HERACLITUS
6. On Heraclitus 127
PART THREE: THE ELEATICS
7. Parmenides' Theory of Knowledge 153
8. Frankel's Wege und Formen fruhgriechischen Denkens 164
9. Raven's Pythagoreans and Eleatics 180
10. Zeno's Race Course: With an Appendix on the Achilles 189
11. A Note on Zeno's Arrow 205
12. A Zenonian Argument Against Plurality 219
13. Zeno of Elea 241
14. Plato's Testimony Concerning Zeno of Elea 264
PART FOUR: THE PLURALISTS
15. The Physical Theory of Anaxagoras 303
16. Ethics and Physics in Democritus 328
17. On the Pre-History in Diodorus 351
INDEX LOCORUM 359
GENERAL INDEX 381

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