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Jonathan Barnes is professor of ancient philosophy at the University of Geneva. He translated and edited the Penguin Classics edition of Early Greek Philosophy.
J. A. K. Thomson was professor emeritus of classics at King-'s College, London, until his death in 1959.
Hugh Tredennick was professor of classics at Royal Holloway College and Dean of the Faculty of Arts at London University.
Table of Contents
|A note on the text|
|The object of life||p. 3|
|Moral goodness||p. 31|
|Moral responsibility : two virtues||p. 50|
|Other moral virtues||p. 82|
|Intellectual virtues||p. 144|
|Continence and incontinence : the nature of pleasure||p. 167|
|The kinds of friendship||p. 200|
|The grounds of friendship||p. 228|
|Pleasure and the life of happiness||p. 254|
|Table of virtues and vices||p. 285|
|The sophists and Socrates||p. 289|
|Plato's theory of forms||p. 292|
|The categories||p. 295|
|Substance and change||p. 296|
|Nature and theology||p. 300|
|The practical syllogism||p. 302|
|Pleasure and process||p. 303|
|Aristotle in the middle ages||p. 306|
|Glossary of Greek words||p. 310|
|Index of names||p. 313|
|Subject index||p. 316|
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