The unity of mankind in Greek thought, by H.C. Baldry.

Cambridge [England] University Press, 1965.

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Subjects Anthropologie philosophique.
Philosophical anthropology -- History.
Philosophical anthropology.
Philosophie ancienne.
Philosophy, Ancient.
Description vii, 223 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes "Notes and references": pages 204-212.
Anisfield-Wolf Book Award, 1966.
Contents I. Introduction -- II. From Homer to Hippocrates -- The Homeric pattern; Expansion of the known world; Greeks and barbarians; First theories of unity; Late fifth-century changes; The Sophists; Thucycides and the medical writers -- III. Socrates and the fourth century -- Socrates; Democritus; The fourth century; Xenophon; Isocrates; Plato; Aristotle; The cynics -- IV. Alexander and his influence -- Alexander the Great; After Alexander; Menander -- V. The Hellenistic philosophers -- The Peripatetics; The Epicureans; The early Stoics -- VI. The impact of Rome -- Eratosthenes; Polybius; The Middle Stoa; Cicero.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)674500
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WorldCat Identities Baldry, H. C.
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