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  1. Geoffrey Bagwell (forthcoming). Socrates and the Gods [Review]. [REVIEW] Ancient Philosophy 34 (1).
  2. Daniel Devereux (forthcoming). Plato: Metaphysics. Ancient Philosophy.
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  3. John Gibert (forthcoming). The Sophists. Ancient Philosophy.
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  4. R. J. Hankinson (forthcoming). Academics and Pyrrhonists. Ancient Philosophy.
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  5. Michael Loux (forthcoming). Aristotle: Metaphysics. Ancient Philosophy.
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  6. Gareth Matthews (forthcoming). Aristotle: Psychology. Ancient Philosophy.
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  7. Richard McKirahan (forthcoming). Presocratic Philosophy. Ancient Philosophy.
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  8. V. Part (forthcoming). Hellenistic Philosophy: Introduction. Ancient Philosophy.
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  9. V. I. Part (forthcoming). Late Antique Philosophy: Introduction. Ancient Philosophy.
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  10. Kelly Rogers (forthcoming). Aristotle's Conception of To K"Alon". Ancient Philosophy.
    All the virtues, Aristotle says, are undertaken for the sake of the noble ("to kalon"). Curiously, however, he offers no direct account of this concept, despite its role as the end ("telos") of virtue. Fortunately, two patterns of usage in Aristotle's ethical discourse offer a means to clarification. Aristotle is found to link nobility jointly with his conceptions of appropriateness and praiseworthiness. An examination of these usage- patterns is found not only to elucidate Aristotle's view of nobility, moreover, but to (...)
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  11. Gerasimos Santas (forthcoming). Plato: Ethics. Ancient Philosophy.
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  12. Allan Silverman (forthcoming). Plato: Psychology. Ancient Philosophy.
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  13. J. K. Ward (forthcoming). Souls and Figures: Denning the Soul in the da Ii 3'. Ancient Philosophy.
     
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  14. Nicholas White (forthcoming). Plato: Epistemology. Ancient Philosophy.
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