Assent and Argument: Studies in Cicero's Academic Books . Proceedings of the 7th Symposium Hellenisticum [Book Review]

Brill (1997)

Keimpe Algra
Utrecht University
Brad Inwood
Yale University
Gisela Striker
Harvard University
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These ten essays on Cicero's Academic Books deal with various aspects of Academic scepticism, ancient epistemology, and the history of the Academy. The tradition from Socrates through to Galen is covered, with special emphasis on Carneades, Antiochus and, of course, Cicero himself
Keywords Cicero, Marcus Tullius   Knowledge, Theory of   Philosophy, Ancient
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