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Philosophic Classics, Volume I Ancient Philosophy

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780205783854

ISBN10:
0205783856
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/3/2010
Publisher(s):
Pearson

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Summary

Esteemed for providing the best available translations, the Philosophic Classics series features complete works or complete sections of the most important works by the major thinkers as well as shorter samples from transitional thinkers. Forrest E. Baird's revisions ofPhilosophic Classics,Prentice Hall's long-standing philosophy series, continue the tradition begun in 1961, to provide generations of students with anthologies of high quality in the history of Western philosophy. Using the complete works, or where appropriate, complete sections of works, this series allows philosophers to speak directly to students.

Author Biography

Forrest Baird has taught at Whitworth since 1978. In addition to teaching a variety of courses in philosophy, most summers he teaches for Fuller Theological Seminary in extension programs throughout the West. Dr. Baird has a B.A. from Westmont, an M.Div. From Fuller, and an M.A. and Ph.D. in philosophy from Claremont Graduate University. In his time at Whitworth, Dr. Baird has been selected by five graduating classes as the "Most Influential Professor" and has also been voted "Teacher of the Year" by his colleagues. Dr. Baird has studied the problem of evil while a Resident Fellow at the Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research at St. John's University and Abbey in Collegeville, MN, and more recently has been studying Chinese philosophy. Dr. Baird's most recent scholarly work has been editing the six-volume Philosophic Classics series for Prentice Hall. His other works include editing the book, Human Thought and Action: Readings in Western Intellectual History, and co-authoring (with Jack Rogers) the HarperCollins textbook, Introduction to Philosophy: A Case Study Approach.

Table of Contents

New selections in bold.

 

BEFORE SOCRATES

 

The Milesians.

Thales
Anaximander
Anaximenes
 

Three Solitary Figures

Pythagoras
Xenophanes
Heraclitus
 

The Monists

Parmenides
Zeno of Elea
 

The Pluralists.

Empedocles
Anaxagoras
Democritus (and Leucippus)
 

Three Sophists.

Protagoras
Gorgias
Critias
 

Epilogue I: Two Views of Athens
Thucydides

Pericles Funeral Oration
 The Melian Conference
 

Epilogue II: Aspasia
 
PLATO

 

Euthyphro
Apology
Crito
Phaedo
Meno
Symposium (189c-193d; 201d-end (223d))
Republic  (Book I, 336b-349b; 350d-354b; Book II, 357a-362c; 367e-376e; Book III, 386b-d; 387b-388e; 412b-417b; Book IV, 427d-445e; Book V, complete: 449-480a; Book VI-VII, 502c-521b Book VIII 562a-563-e)
Parmenides (127-135)
Theaetetus (selections)  PLEASE NOTE THIS SECTION MAY BE CUT DUE TO PAGE COUNT, PLEASE CHECK AFTER BOOK HAS PUBLISHED AND CORRECT ACCORDINGLY
Timaeus (27d-34b)
Laws (selections)
 

ARISTOTLE

 

Categories (Chapters 1-5)
On Interpretation (Chapters 1-9)
Posterior Analytics (Book I, 1-2; Book II, 19)
Physics (Book II complete)
Metaphysics (Books I and XII complete)
On the Soul (Book II, 1-3; Book III, 4-5)
Nichomachean Ethics (Book I-II; Book III, 1-5; Book IV, 3; Books VI-VII; Book X,6-8, 9)
Politics (Book I, 1-2; Book III, 6-9; Book IV, 11-12; Book VII, 3b-4, 9)
Poestics (Chapter 6)
 

HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PHILOSOPHY

 

Epicurus.

Letter to Herodotus
Letter to Menoeceus
Principal Doctrines
 

Lucretius.

On the Nature of Universe (Book II, 216-284; Book III, tselections through 831)
 

The Early Stoa: Zeno of Citium and Cleanthes

Zeno of Citium (selections from Diogenes Laertius)
Cleanthes, Hymn to Zeus
 

Epictetus

Handbook (Encheiridion )
 

Marcus Aurelius

Meditations (Book IV)
 

Pyrrho and Sextus Empiricus

Outlines of Pyrrhonism (Book I, 1-15) THIS MAY CHANGE TO 1-13 DEPENDING ON PAGE COUNT PLEASE CHECK UPON PUBLICATION
 

Plotinus

Enneads (I, Tractate 6; V, Tractate 1, 1-12; V, Tractate 3, 12,9-end)-THE BOLDED SECTION MAY BE DELETED DEPENDING ON FINAL PAGE COUNT


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