1. J. F. Procopé (1990). Democritus on Politics and the Care of the Soul: Appendix. Classical Quarterly 40 (01):21-.
    The following texts and comments are a supplement to ‘Democritus on Politics and the Care of the Soul’, CQ 39 , 307–31 . The Democritean fragments there were quoted only in translation; detailed commentary on them would have taken up too much space and clogged the argument. They make their appearance here in the same order as they did there, preceded by a thumb-nail résumé of that argument and of their place in it. Text, spelling and numbering is that of (...)
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  2. J. F. Procopé (1989). Democritus on Politics and the Care of the Soul. Classical Quarterly 39 (02):307-.
    A number of Democritean fragments may loosely be called ‘political’, concerned as they are with questions to do with the πλις – with government, with the duties and dangers of public office, with justice, law and order. The majority of them have been preserved in chapters of Stobaeus’ anthology entitled ‘On the State’ , ‘On Laws and Customs’ , ‘On Government’.
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  3. J. F. Procope, G. Casertano & G. Ibscher (1989). Democrito Dall' Atomo Alla cittaDemocrito y Sus Sentencias Sobre Etica y Educacion. Una Introduccion Al Pensamiento Del Atomista de Abdera. Journal of Hellenic Studies 109:238.
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