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  1. Moses Hadas (1968). Humanism: The Continuing Ideal. Journal of Aesthetic Education 2 (3):11.
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  2. Moses Hadas (1967). The Living Tradition. [New York]New American Library.
  3. Moses Hadas (1961). Essential Works of Stoicism. New York, Bantam Books.
    Contents: Life of Zeno, by Diogenes Laertius. - Hymn to Zeus, by Cleanthes. - On tranquility, by Seneca. - The manual, by Epictetus.- To himself, by M. Aurelius.
     
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  4. Moses Hadas (1960). Humanism: The Greek Ideal and its Survival. New York, Harper.
  5. Moses Hadas & The Editors (1958). Eric Voegelin's Order and History. Journal of the History of Ideas 19 (3):442.
     
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  6. Moses Hadas & The Editors (1958). Plato in Hellenistic Fusion. Journal of the History of Ideas 19 (1):3.
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  7. Moses Hadas (1952). Advertisements. Journal of the History of Ideas 13 (1/4):125.
     
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  8. Moses Hadas (1952). Books Received. [REVIEW] Journal of the History of Ideas 13 (1/4):119.
     
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  9. Moses Hadas (1952). Recent Work in Ancient Politics. Journal of the History of Ideas 13 (1/4):110.
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  10. Moses Hadas & The Editors (1950). Nationalist Survival Under Hellenistic and Roman Imperialism. Journal of the History of Ideas 11 (2):131.
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  11. Moses Hadas (1949). Krouse, Milton's Samson and the Christian Tradition. Classical Weekly 43:28.
  12. Moses Hadas (1949). Van Lennep, Euripides: The Alkestis. Classical Weekly 43:157.
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  13. Moses Hadas (1943). From Nationalism to Cosmopolitanism in the Greco-Roman World. Journal of the History of Ideas 4 (1/4):105.
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  14. Moses Hadas (1941). Social Thought Among the Early Greeks. Classical World 35:201-202.
     
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  15. Moses Hadas (1935). Later Latin Epic and Lucan. Classical World 29:153-157.
     
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  16. Moses Hadas (1935). Observations on Athenian Women. Classical World 29:97-100.
     
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  17. Moses Hadas (1932). Apollonius Called the Rhodian. Classical World 26:49-54.
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  18. Moses Hadas (1932). On Paper by, on Lucan 7.1-6, N. 3. Classical Weekly 26:54.
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  19. Moses Hadas (1932). The Social Revolution in Third-Century Sparta. Classical World 26:73-76.
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  20. Moses Hadas (1931). Gadarenes in Pagan Literature. Classical World 25:25-30.
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  21. Moses Hadas (1931). Wolfson's Crescas' Critique of Aristotle. Journal of Philosophy 28:135.
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  22. W. R. Le F., Alfred Koerte, Jacob Hammer & Moses Hadas (1930). Hellenistic Poetry. Journal of Hellenic Studies 50:173.
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