E.J. Brill (1995)
This book describes what early Greek poets and philosophers say about certain ideas of the Archaic Age, namely "psychological activity," "soul," "excellence," ...
|Keywords||Philosophy, Ancient Philosophy of mind History Ethics, Ancient Classical literature History and criticism|
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|Call number||B187.5.S85 1995|
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