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amazon com readings in ancient greek philosophy from - soon after its publication readings in ancient greek philosophy was hailed as the favorite to become the standard text for survey courses in ancient philosophy more than twenty years later that prediction has been borne out readings in ancient greek philosophy still stands as the leading anthology of its kind it is now stronger than ever the fifth edition of readings in ancient greek, greek philosophy thales to aristotle readings in the - widely praised for its accessibility and its concentration on the metaphysical issues that are most central to the history of greek philosophy greek philosophy thales to aristotle offers a valuable introduction to the works of the presocratics plato and aristotle for the third edition professor allen has provided new translations of socrates speech in the symposium and of the first five, thales of miletus wikipedia - thales was probably born in the city of miletus around the mid 620s bc the ancient writer apollodorus of athens writing during the 2nd century bc thought thales was born about the year 625 bc herodotus writing in the fifth century bc described thales as a phoenician by remote descent the later historian diogenes laertius in his third century ad lives of the philosophers references, presocratic philosophy stanford encyclopedia of philosophy - the presocratics were 6 th and 5 th century bce greek thinkers who introduced a new way of inquiring into the world and the place of human beings in it they were recognized in antiquity as the first philosophers and scientists of the western tradition this article is a general introduction to the most important presocratic philosophers and the main themes of presocratic thought, hellenistic monarchs sketches in the history of western - hellenistic monarchs down to the roman empire the hellenistic age suffers from some of the same disabilities as late antiquity i e it doesn t measure up to the brilliance of the golden age of greece and of late republican and early imperial rome