The Greek atomists and Epicurus : a study / by Cyril Bailey.


New York : Russell and Russell, [1964] .

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Subjects ?Epicure, (0341-0270 av. J.-C.)
?Epicure.
Atomism.
Atomisme.
D?emocrite.
Epicurus.
Leucippe.
Description viii, 619 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1964]
Notes Originally published in 1928.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 595-596).
Contents I. The antecedents of Atomism: 1. The Monists -- 2. The Pluralists: Empedocles -- 3/ The Pluralists: Anaxagoras -- 4. Subordinate problems -- II. Leucippus: 1. Life and writings -- 2. The Atomic theory -- 3. Atoms and space: the creation of things -- 4. Cosmogony: the creation of worlds -- 5. The soul, sensation, and theory of knowledge -- 6. Conclusion -- III. Democritus: 1. Life and Writings -- 2. The Atomic Theroy -- 3. Nature and movement of Atoms: creations of things -- 4. The Cosmic Whirl: creation of worlds -- 5. Our World: the heavenly bodies ands the earth -- 6. The Soul, Sensation, and Thought -- 7. The Gods -- 8. Theroy of Knowledge -- 9. Ethics -- 10. Conclusion -- Part II: Epicurus -- I. LIFE AND WRITINGS -- II. CANONICE -- III. ATOMS AND SPACE -- IV. PROPERTIES AND ACCIDENTS -- V. THE MOTION OF THE ATOMS -- VI. COMPOUND BODIES AND THEIR QUALITIES -- VII. WORLDS AND OUR OWN -- VIII. THE SOUL, SENSATION, THOUGHT, AND WILL -- IX. THE GOD- THEOLOGY, AND RELIGION -- X. ETHICS -- CONCLUSION.
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