The giants of pre-sophistic Greek philosophy; an attempt to reconstruct their thoughts, by Felix M. Cleve.


The Hague, M. Nijhoff, 1965.

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Subjects Philosophers, Greek.
Philosophy, Ancient.
Présocratiques.
Voorsocratici.
Description 2 volumes (xxxviii, 580 pages) illustrations 25 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents volume 1: Acknowledgements -- Foreward -- Sources and motives of philosophy -- Religious reformers: Heraclitus of Ephesus -- Introduction -- The Proton and its transformation -- Immortality -- His Eternity the Logos -- "Gran Teatro del Mundo" -- Redemption -- Heraclitus and Posterity -- Philosophers of Nature: Introduction -- The Tranformists -- Anaximander of Miletus -- The scientist -- The Philosopher -- The Agenetists -- Anaxagoras of Klazomenai: Introduction -- The Constituents of the Universe -- The Elements and their Moiras -- Nous, the Ruler Element and construction engineer -- Cosmogony -- The Primordial Condition -- First Means of Cosmopoeia: Differentiation --Second means of Cosmopoeia: Rotation -- Differentiation anf Rotation acting together -- Third Means of Cosmopoeia: Dismemberment of the Axis -- The Bodies -- The Souls -- Infinity in Space and Time: One Cosmos or many Cosmoi? -- The ostensible beginning of Time -- Anaxagoras and Posterity: The Elements-Aristotelian and otherwise -- Nous-Aristotelian and otherwise -- Epilogue.
volume 2: Empedocles of Akragas: Introduction -- Philosophy of Nature: the Six Ultimate Constituents -- The Periodic World Process -- Physiological Psychology -- The Katharmoi -- Empedocles and Posterity -- The Atomists: Leucippus of Miletus: Democritus of Abdera -- Introduction -- The Atomistic Doctrine -- Democritus and Posterity -- The Pythagoreans: Introduction -- The Ten Elements of the World -- The structure of the World -- Metempsychosis and the alleged Eternal Recurrence of the same -- The Universal Dichotomy in Nature -- The symbol of Justice -- Number and the "Essence of Things" -- Champions of culture politics -- The Glossomorphics -- Parmeides of Elea: Introduction -- Parmenides' "Truth" -- The truth about Parmenides' "Truth" -- Parmenides and Posterity -- Indices -- Index of passages -- Index of names.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1435988
(OCoLC)ocm01435988
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