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Early Greek thought : before the dawn

Author: James Luchte
Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2013
Series: Continuum studies in ancient philosophy
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Luchte
ISBN: 9780567353313 0567353311
OCLC Number: 868267326
Description: 197 s
Contents: Prologue: Before the Dawn \ Acknowledgments \ Dating: A 'RoughSketch' \ Part 1: Meta-Philosophy ofEarly Greek Thought \ 1. The Motif of the Dawn, or on Gossip \ 2. The Danceof Being: Contexts of Emergence and Mytho-Poetic Horizon \ 3. 'War is themother of all things': Nietzsche and the Birth of Philosophy \ 4. Aletheiaand Being - Heidegger contraNietzsche\ 5. Philosophy as Tragedy (and Comedy) - A Note on Post-structuralism\ Part 2: Tragic Thought \ 6. TheQuestion of the First: Thales and Anaximander \ 7. Recoiling from the Abyss:Anaximenes and Xenophanes \ 8. 'All is Flux' - Heraclitus of Epheus (535-475BC) \ 9. Eternal Recurrence of the Soul: Pythagoras of Samos \ 10. TragicDiffering - Parmenides of Elea (Early Fifth Century) \ 11. Love, Strife andMind - Empedocles and Anaxagoras \ 12. The Divine Beauty of Chaos - Democritusof Thrace (460-370 BC) \ 13. Plato in the Shadow of the Sublime \ Epilogue: Poeticsand the Matheme \ Notes \ Referencesand Further Reading \ Index
Series Title: Continuum studies in ancient philosophy
Responsibility: James Luchte


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