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Last Updated 22/07/05 BACK TO LPSG CONTENTS 1. The Paper 2. Reading r General Books r Plato ■ Texts ■ Collections ■ Single Authored Collections ■ Individual Platonic Dialogues ■ Euthyphro ■ Meno ■ Phaedo ■ Republic ■ Parmenides ■ Theatetus ■ Sophist ■ Topics ■ Socratic Method, Socratic Ignorance ■ Recollection ■ Theory of Forms ■ The Soul ■ Plato's Epistemology ■ Falsehood r Aristotle ■ Texts ■ Translations ■ General Books and Collections ■ On Individual Works ■ Physics ■ Metaphysics ■ De Anima ■ On Individual Topics
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The Four Causes ■ Matter and Form; Nature ■ Chance and Teleology ■ Sea Battle ■ The Infinite ■ Change ■ Time ■ Soul, Mind and Body ■ Perception ■ Imagination and Thinking ■ Epistemology ■ Categories ■ The Problem of a Science of Being ■ Substance ■ God The Presocratics ■ General ■ Books and Collections of Articles ■ Individual Philosopers ■ Heraclitus ■ Parmenides ■ Zeno ■ Empedocles ■ Anaxagoras ■ The Atomists
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This course is designed to make you familiar with the thought and the ways of thinking of the major classical philosophers: the pre-Socratics, Plato and Aristotle. It is focused on metaphysics and epistemology; ancient ethics, politics and aesthetics are covered in the Ethics or Politics or Aesthetics courses. You will be encouraged to analyse and criticise the arguments of the ancients and to think both constructively and critically about ancient theories. To this end, there is no substitute for reading the texts themselves (in translation, or even in Greek! Courses are available to help you to learn Greek).
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BACK TO TOP 2. and lastly for the pre-Socratics. Everson. Nature and the Good Princeton. ed. Credit is given both for careful and critical analysis of the ancient arguments and for wider scrutiny of the topics in question. Companions to Ancient Thought 1. J. All three of your answers may be on Plato and/or Aristotle. Psychology. Cambridge. Reading The reading lists below offer some general books and collections of papers on ancient philosophy. Cambridge. ● ● ● http://www.LPSG Greek Philosophy The intercollegiate lectures in this course are divided into two levels: Level 1: two survey courses. 2004 Knowledge. 1994. Companions to Ancient Thought 3. 1991.htm (3 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . one on Plato and the other on Aristotle: these lectures include material on the pre-Socratics. Language. —. you are not required to answer a question on the pre-Socratics. a third question may be on the pre-Socratics. Level 2: sets of lectures on Plato and Aristotle. sometimes organized around particular works. The Exam The examination paper requires you to answer three questions. However. Cambridge. ed. Companions to Ancient Thought 2.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek.ac. General Books Covering a Wide Scope ● Cooper. text and topic.ucl. Epistemology. sometimes comparative between the two philosophers. 1990. at least two of which must be on Plato and/or Aristotle. S. detailed advice on reading on texts and topics for Plato. sometimes around particular topics. —. Lectures at Birkbeck offer the same mixture of survey. and sometimes also on the pre-Socratics. ed. then likewise for Aristotle.
Republic. R. Logic. Oxford Owen. A. ed. Philebus. London Taylor. Symposium. Science and Dialectic: Collected Papers in Greek Philosophy. and Huntington Cairns. (Princeton. 2002 Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy. G. The Collected Dialogues of Plato. eds.LPSG Greek Philosophy ● Frede.. E. Striker. J.J. 1998 Routledge History of Philosophy Vol. Phaedo. 1995 Mental Conflict. C. 1987 Essays in Ancient Philosophy. (Remember that ethical and political topics are dealt with elsewhere. 1997 Routledge History of Philosophy Vol II: From Aristotle to Augustine. 1996. 1961).: Princeton University Press. Lysis. The Complete Works of Plato. 1985. Method in Ancient Philosophy. N.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. Protagoras.) http://www.ucl. 1998 Cause and Explanation in Ancient Greek Thought. London BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Plato Texts The dialogues are translated in ● J. N. Oxford Frede. Edith Hamilton.W. C. ed. Ithaca. D.. Y. ● You should buy one of these collections. 1998. Parmenides. Charmides. I: >From the beginnnings to Plato.ac. L. Cooper. see the Ethics and Political Philosophy sections of the study guide. Meno.C. W. Gorgias.. Phaedrus. Price. London Gentzler. Timaeus. Dialogues of importance for this course include Euthyphro. Cratylus. including the Letters. Theaetetus. eds. J. Sophist. Rationality in Greek Thought. M.htm (4 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . London Shields. Oxford Hankinson. and G. M. Oxford Furley. Laches.
London. Gosling. V. Plato. G. ed. eds. Studies in Plato's Metaphysics. ed. M. 1973. G.htm (5 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] .. 2002 Plato on Parts and Wholes.H.LPSG Greek Philosophy BACK TO TOP Collections ● Allen. Fine.ucl. 1992 Essays on the Philosophy of Socrates. London Benson. I. 2 Vols. Oxford McCabe M. 1973. Princeton Vlastos. E. Form and Argument in Late Plato. Oxford Harte. 1965. ● ● ● ● ● Single Authored Collections ● Crombie. and McCabe M. 1999. 2000 Plato and his Predecessors: The dramatisation of reason. Cambridge Nehamas.M. An Examination of Plato's Doctrines. A. The Cambridge Companion to Plato. 1992.H. 1973. J. Plato. Oxford Fine. H. A. ed.M. C. B. R. ed.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek.. C. R. ed. London. G. 2003 Plato on Knowledge and Forms. Vol. Plato I: Epistemology and Metaphysics. Oxford Gill C.ac. Platonic Studies. Princeton Kahn. G. Cambridge Vlastos. Metaphysics and Epistemology. 1963. Oxford Kraut.1. 1999 Virtues of Authenticity. 1996 Plato and the Socratic Dialogue Cambridge BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Individual Platonic Dialogues http://www.
D. G.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. Wiggins. 1977 ‘Examples in Epistemology'.ucl. Classical Quarterly. 1987. BACK TO TOP ● ● Phaedo Socrates' death and the conversation about the immortality of the soul that preceded it. W.LPSG Greek Philosophy One of the best ways of tackling Plato is to think hard and long about individual dialogues. P. and contains Plato's first extended epistemology. ● Scott. D. ‘Platonic Anamnesis Revisited'. the following are central. ed. 1986. 1986. and trans. The Monist : 369-82 Burnyeat.ac. Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy. In G. ‘Teleology and the good in Plato's Phaedo '. 1965. Princeton: 76-110 Scott. Meno / Plato. Dialogue 4: 143-167.. BACK TO TOP ● ● ● http://www. G. Euthyphro ● Geach. 1985.. M. Philosophy : 381-98 BACK TO TOP ● Meno This dialogue considers virtue and knowledge. Platonic Studies. D. Chicago. ● Bostock. Plato's Phaedo. ‘Reasons and Causes in the Phaedo'. D. Vlastos. Oxford Vlastos.T. 1973.htm (6 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . ‘Anamnesis in the Meno'. 1-18. R. To understand Plato's epistemology and metaphysics. Vlastos. 1966 ‘Plato's Euthyphro : Analysis and commentary'.F. 2005 Plato's Meno Cambridge Sharples.
Allen ed. ‘Plato's Third Man Argument in the Parmenides'. Most modern attention has been paid to the first part. Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield. Woozley..C. Plato and the Republic. Epistemology. Princeton. London: Routledge. M. Vol. Oxford: Clarendon Press. Mignucci. Kraut. C. 1997..ucl. G.D. Plato's Republic: Critical Essays. and therein to the notorious Third Man Argument. the first (126-136) is an extended critique of the theory of Forms. London: Macmillan.htm (7 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . S. 1973. 1990 ‘Knowledge and Belief in Republic V-VII' in ed. An Introduction to Plato's Republic. Strang. Everson.ac.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. ‘Degrees of Reality in Plato'. Studies in Plato's Metaphysics. Cambridge. R. In G. ‘Plato and the Third Man'. 1990.1. ● ● ● http://www. 1994. D. it repays careful study. 1965. and A. J. G. Plato's Republic: a Philosophical Commentary. Pappas. Fine. London: Macmillan. Vlastos. 1995. ‘The Third Man argument in the Parmenides'. Princeton.: Princeton University Press. M. Plato's Individuals. 1964. Companions to Ancient Thought 1. London: Routledge. Platonic Studies. ● Vlastos. E. Vlastos. N. M. 1972. ed. Metaphysics and Epistemology.. Cross R. Try to consider all the arguments of the first part. 1981. Reeve. even if you find the second part uncongenial. ● Annas. N. C. chs. G. 3 and 4. J.LPSG Greek Philosophy Republic This is usually considered Plato's masterpiece. the second (137-end) an intricate dialectical exercise. Vlastos. Princeton BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● ● Parmenides This dialogue falls into two parts. 1988 Philosopher Kings: The argument of Plato's Republic. In R. Plato: a Collection of Critical Essays. McCabe. Archiv fur Geschichte der Philosophie. In G. C.
L.ac. D. M. McDowell. Frede. Ithaca. G.: Cornell University Press. E. Co. Science and Dialectic: Collected Papers in Greek Philosophy. 1990. Y. The Theaetetus of Plato. BACK TO TOP Theaetetus Here Plato reconsiders the problems of epistemology in a manner which is readily accessible to modern readers. 1996. Phronesis 26: 55-66. Indianapolis: Hackett. ‘Plato on Not-Being'. Heinaman.. M. Bostock.LPSG Greek Philosophy ● Gill. ‘Plato's Sophist on False Statements'. and offers his own philosophical logic. In Logic.htm (8 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . The place to start in considering modern interpretations of the Sophist. A long philosophical introduction with translation. Parmenides. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ed. Indianapolis: Hackett Pub. 1981. In R. F. trans. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ● Burnyeat. R. N. M. Kraut. BACK TO TOP ● ● Topics http://www. Introduction. Plato's Theaetetus. 1985. Plato: Theaetetus (Clarendon Plato Series) Sedley D. a difficult but brilliant treatment of a dialogue which is readily accessible to those with modern epistemological concerns in mind.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. ‘Self-predication in the Sophist'. 2005 The Midwife of Platonism Oxford BACK TO TOP ● ● ● Sophist Here Plato tackles the problems of not-being and falsehood. 1992. L. J. ● Owen. 1988. The Cambridge Companion to Plato.ucl.
uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. 1995. 1998 The Art of Living..) Plato's Meno in Focus BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● ● http://www. Cambridge Taylor.htm (9 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . Recollection and Experience: Plato's Theory of Learning and its Successors. Socratic Ignorance ● Apology . Boulder Colorado Nehamas. 2000 The Philosophy of Socrates. Dialogue . 1965 ‘Anamnesis in the Meno.. Plato's Meno in Focus.H.ucl. 1998 Socrates. Fine.C. Charmides. 1991 Socrates: Ironist and Moral Philosopher. and Smith N. C. Euthyphro . Cambridge Chs 1 & 2. 2000 Socratic Wisdom. Oxford Brickhouse T. Day (ed. Bostock D. in Kraut. 1986 Plato's Phaedo Oxford ch. Laches. Phaedo 72-78. G. Oxford. Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 1-30. Socratic Method. Jane M. G. Phaedrus 244-57 Day. Cambridge: 200-26 Nehamas. also in J. The Cambridge Companion to Plato.4 Vlastos. BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● Recollection ● Meno 80-98.LPSG Greek Philosophy You should cross refer to the suggested reading for individual dialogues above. D.ac.W. 1994. London. A. Protagoras Benson H. 1992. ed. Scott. G. A. ‘Inquiry in the Meno '. Berkeley Vlastos. 1985 ‘Meno's paradox and Socrates as a teacher'. ed.
LPSG Greek Philosophy The Theory of Forms ● Phaedo 72-78. and in Nehamas. T. 1995 Plato's Ethics. Ph.Q. Q. Parmenides 216135 Fine G. 1986 ‘Forms as Causes: Plato and Aristotle' in Fine. Plato on Knowledge and Forms. Oxford 203-222 Lovibond. 1995 Mental Conflict. 1977 'Plato's Heracliteanism'. Oxford: 350-396 Fine. Symposium 199-212. Phaedo 78-95. D. Companions to Ancient Thought ii: Psychology. ed. Sedley. 596-7. 1984 ‘Plato's Theory of Human Motivation. 1998 ‘Platonic Causes'. Phaedrus Cooper. T. Virtues of Authenticity. 1993 On Ideas Oxford Frede. supplementary volume Irwin. 96-106.' History Ph.' Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy. 1978 ‘The final proof of the immortality of the soul in the Phaedo '.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. D.htm (10 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . 1981 'Degrees of Reality' and 'Reasons and Causes in the Phaedo' in Vlastos Platonic Studies BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● The Soul ● Republic book IV. Everson. 35-55 Price.H. Phronesis : 114-32 Vlastos.ucl.ac. G. Republic 476-536. J. M. Ph. A. 1975 'Plato on the imperfection of the sensible world' A. London 30-103 ● ● ● ● ● http://www. 102-107. S. Quarterly Frede. 1991 ‘Plato's theory of mind' in S. W. A. Phronesis 27-41 Irwin. 1988 ‘Being and Becoming in Plato. : 1-13 Nehamas. G.
2003 ‘Knowledge and logos in the Theaetetus '. A. Cambridge 397-424 BACK TO TOP ● ● ● http://www. Thought and Falsehood in Ancient Greek Philosophy. Fine. and Barnes. 1979 ‘False belief in the Theaetetus. M. Phil. The Cambridge Companion to Plato. Mourelatos and R. Theaetetus 200-210. 1980 ‘Socrates and the Jury'.Rev. Philebus 36-41 Denyer.ucl. Virtues of Authenticity. N. ed. BACK TO TOP Plato's Epistemology ● Meno 96-9. 1991 Language.LPSG Greek Philosophy ● Williams. J. G. S. Sophist 236-263. in Nehamas. eds. M. London Fine. Euthydemus 283-8. Republic 475-535. Cratylus 383-391. Sophist 251-3 Burnyeat. B. Cambridge. 1982 ‘Idealism and Greek Philosophy: What Descartes saw and Berkeley missed'. 3-40 Fine. Companions to Ancient Thought i: Epistemology. Exegesis and Argument : Phronesis supplement. G. Princeton: 224-248 BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● Falsehood ● Theaetetus 187-201. Oxford: 225-251 Nehamas.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek.Rorty. Everson.. 1990 ‘Knowledge and Belief in Republic V-VII' in ed. 428-36. 1992 ‘Plato's Sophist on false statements. 1973 ‘The analogy of city and soul in Plato's Republic '. Proceedings of Aristotelian Society Supplement 177-206 Burnyeat.' in Kraut. in Fine. ‘ Episteme and Logos in Plato's later thought'. G. in E.ac. Lee. A.htm (11 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:39 PM] . R. Plato on Knowledge and Forms.' Phronesis 70-80 Frede. M.
BACK TO TOP http://www. (Oxford: Clarendon Press. excluding ethics.ac.htm (12 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:40 PM] . Posterior Analytics and de Anima. as examined under this paper. 4 on space and time. 1984). especially 4 (Gamma) on the law of contradiction. The Clarendon Aristotle translations from the Oxford University Press of particular works are designed for Philosophy students: you will find many of these interesting and challenging.LPSG Greek Philosophy Aristotle Texts The following are central works of Aristotle. On the Soul (de Anima).: Princeton University Press. 7-9 (Zeta. 7 and 8 on the sources of motion. Posterior Analytics. J. atomism.ucl. edited by Jonathan Barnes. Eta. (de Caelo). BACK TO TOP Translations The best translations are in The Complete Works of Aristotle: the revised Oxford translation..uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. Ackrill. Categories. on scientific explanation. Theta) on what there is. 2 Vols. (Princeton N. ● ● ● ● ● ● There are very useful summaries.e. Ross. L. an introduction to metaphysics (on what there is). Metaphysics. especially 1 on matter and form. 12 (Lambda) on God On The Heavens. 6 on continuity vs. (de Interpretatione). but unfortunately not all. Metaphysics. in the commentaries by W. 2 on explanation in natural science. of the Physics. ● Physics. A New Aristotle Reader. 1987) covers some. On Interpretation. of what you need. D. political philosophy and aesthetics. J. i.
A. Cambridge. Time and Necessity: Studies in Aristotle's Theory of Modality. and J. 1973. Necessity. 1988. ed. 1995. Jaakko. Oxford: Clarendon Press.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. 1981. Oxford Barnes. 1988. ed. Princeton. Cambridge Campanion to Aristotle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ed. London. 1987. M. Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium Aristotelicum. A. eds.. M.LPSG Greek Philosophy General books and Collections ● Ackrill.ac. Philosophical Issues in Aristotle's Biology.L. Gotthelf.L. Hintikka. 1985. Oxford: Clarendon Press. 4 Vols. Aristotle's First Principles. J. 1982 Aristotle. Cambridge. Edmonton. R. Lennox. —. 1983.htm (13 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:40 PM] . Aristotle on Science: ‘The Posterior Analytics'. Aristotle on Nature and Living Things: Philosophical and Historical Studies. R. Berti. Matthen. 1975-1979 Articles on Aristotle. ed. J. Time. J. Charles. Padova. Creation and the Continuum: Theories in Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. E. J. 1994 Self-Motion. Schofield. Oxford Barnes. Barnes. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● http://www. 2000 Aristotle on Meaning and Essence. 1980. Aristotle Today: Essays on Aristotle's Ideal of Science. Irwin. Cause and Blame: Perspectives on Aristotle's Theory.ucl. 1987. 1981 Aristotle the Philosopher. J. Mohan. Lear. D.. T. Gill. Oxford. London. Aristotle: the Desire to Understand. Bristol Gotthelf. These 4 collections of articles cover all aspects of Aristotle. and Sorabji. Alberta. Sorabji. and Lennox. J.
and A. M. Cambridge Waterlow.1. Oxford ● ● De Anima ● Nussbaum. Change and Agency in Aristotle's Physics: a Philosophical Study. 2000 Aristotle's Metaphysics Lambda Oxford Politis. Protrepticus B11-16 Ackrill. eds. J..LPSG Greek Philosophy BACK TO TOP On Individual Works Physics ● Judson. Nature.. 1991. 4-6.ucl. and M. 1981 Aristotle the Philosopher chapter 4 ● http://www. Charles. 1982. Aristotle's Physics: a Collection of Essays. M. L. D. 259a10-12. D. Oxford ● ● ● Metaphysics ● Frede. Identity and Explanation in Aristotle's Metaphysics. Oxford —. S.3 (194b16-195a26). V. R.htm (14 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:40 PM] . O. Rorty. Oxford Wedin. 2004 Aristotle' and the Metaphysics London Scaltsas. Unity. ed. 1982. Gill. The Chain of Change. Passage and Possibility: a Study of Aristotle's Modal Concepts. T. L. On Sense and the Sensible 436b17-437a3. 1994.ac. Oxford Wardy. eds. and Charles. Essays on Aristotle's De Anima. 1992. M. 8-9.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. Politics 1256b10-22.L. On the Parts of Animals I. 1988 Mind and imagination in Aristotle New Haven BACK TO TOP ● On Individual Topics The Four Causes ● Physics II.
in L. S. J. 1991 'Chance and 'Always or for the most part' in Aristotle'. D. Cause and Blame. Cambridge. Nature ● Physics I. J. Cambridge: ch 2 Moravcsik.LPSG Greek Philosophy ● Lear.G. J. 1991 'Was Aristotle's teleology anthropocentric?' Phronesis. Lennox. Irwin. 5 Lear. Knowledge. and in Cooper. 1980 The Cement of the Universe chapter 11 BACK TO TOP ● ● Matter and Form.ucl. Judson. Nature and the Good. The desire to understand. 1988 Aristotle. A. T. more recent version in A. 1991 ● ● ● ● http://www. 1987. J. ed. (Or. 26-42 Sorabji. R.2 BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● Chance and Teleology ● Physics II. 30 1976/7. 1982 Nature Change and Agency in Aristotle's Physics Oxford: ch.htm (15 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:40 PM] . 1980 Necessity Cause and Blame London: ch 2. ed.. Aristotle's Physics Sorabji. chapter 10 Mackie.) Judson. 1980 Necessity. 4-6.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. 8-9 Cooper.. Philosophical Issues in Aristotle's Biology. J.. eds. 1988 Aristotle the desire to understand. Gotthelf and J. 1988 Aristotle's First Principles Oxford ch.ac. Judson. Philosophical issues in Aristotle's Biology. R. 1987 'Hypothetical necessity and natural teleology' in A. Aristotle's Physics Sedley. Cambridge. Gotthelf. Gotthelf and J.L. 1991 'What makes reality intelligible?' in L. L. Lennox. 1976-7 ‘Aristotle's conception of final causality' Review of Metaphysics. II. Waterlow.
BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● The Infinite ● Physics III. 1051a34-b17. 1011b23-24. Charlton W. 1392b25-27.3. vol. 1979-80 'Aristotelian infinity' Proc Aristot Soc. and M. 'Aristotle and the sea battle' revised version in From Parmenides to Wittgenstein. 1993 'Aristotelian rainfall.1.M. Aristotle's Physics: a Collection of Essays. 1975'Aristotelian infinity' PR and in Barnes.ac. 1418a2-4. 1985 'The sea-battle reconsidered'.LPSG Greek Philosophy ● Wardy. Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy. Metaphysics 996b2630. Frede. D. Kneale. 1962 The Development of Logic. Anscombe. Hussey E. W. Articles on Aristotle (London.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. 1005b19-23. Sorabji. Schofield and R. M.E. 1983 Aristotle's Physics III-IV. Schofield and Sorabji v. ed. Oxford.ucl. On Generation and Corruption 337a34-b9 Ackrill J. BACK TO TOP ● Sea Battle ● De Interpretatione 9 .' Phronesis Wieland. Collected Papers vol 1. 1975-9). Hintikka J. L. Rhetoric 1359a15-19. BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● Change http://www. 1991 'Aristotle's potential infinites' in Judson. Oxford. Oxford: 46-54. ‘The problem of teleology' in J. Barnes.L 1963 Aristotle's Categories and De Interpretatione Oxford. W. R. Physics 264a9-21. Lear J. G.htm (16 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:40 PM] .
1991 ‘Aristotle on the reality of time' in Judson Aristotle's Physics. 1983 Aristotle's Physics III-IV.htm (17 of 24) [1/29/2008 5:00:40 PM] . S.E. Coope. Philosophical Quarterly. M The Crossroads of Norm and Nature. Loux. Number and Time'. Waterlow.1' in Sim. Philosophical Quarterly. E. 1980 ‘Aristotle's account of time' Phronesis Corish.ac. R 1994 ‘Is Aristotle's definition of change circular?' Apeiron. Bostock. D. Change and Agency in Aristotle's Physics Oxford: ch 3. 1995 ‘Understanding Process: reflections on Physics III. 1985 ‘Aristotle on time' reprinted in G. Creation and the Continuum. B. Logic Science and Dialectic.LPSG Greek Philosophy ● Kosman. 1983 Time. S. Sorabji. J. 2001 ‘Why does Aristotle say that there is no time without change? ' Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society. Owen. History of Philosophy Quarterly. Hussey E. Kostman.L. J.uk/philosophy/LPSG/Greek. BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● http://www. L. 1975 ‘Aristotle. Waterlow. R. 1969 ‘Aristotle's definition of motion' Phronesis 40-62. 1976 ‘Aristotle's attempted derivation of temporal order from that of movement and space' Phronesis Hussey E. G. L. Oxford. Annas. BACK TO TOP ● ● ● ● ● Time ● Inwood. Aristotle's Physics III-IV. Heinaman. M. Owen.A. 1. D. OUP 1983.J. 1987 ‘Aristotle's definition of change'. U. 1982 Nature. London. 1984 ‘Aristotle's Now'.ucl.
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