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AcknowledgementsIntroductionList of ContributorsAbbreviationsChronologyMapsPart I: Early Greek Philosophy1. The Beginnings of Science and Philosophy in Archaic Greece: Edward Hussey (All Souls College, Oxford)2. Ancient Philosophy and the Doxographical Tradition: J?rgen Mejer (University of Copenhagen)3. Parmenides and After: Unity and Plurality: Patricia Curd (Purdue University)4. The Concept of the Universal in Some Later Pre-Platonic Cosmologists: Alexander P. D. Mourelatos (The University of Texas at Austin)5. The Sophistic Movement: Rachel Barney (University of Toronto)Part II: Socrates, the Socratics, and Plato6. Socrates: Donald R. Morrison (Rice University)7. Minor Socratics: Fernanda Decleva Caizzi (Universit? degli Studi in Milan, Italy)8. The Platonic Dialogue: Christopher Gill (University of Exeter)9. Plato’s Ethics: Early and Middle Dialogues: Terry Penner (University of Wisconsin-Madison)10. Plato’s Political Philosophy: The Republic, the Statesman! and the Laws: Melissa Lane (King's College at Cambridge University)11. Plato’s Metaphysics and Dialectic: Noburu Notomi (Keio University, Japan)12. Plato’s Natural Philosophy and Metaphysics: Luc Brisson (National Center for Scientific Research, Paris)Part III: Aristotle13. The Aristotelian Way: Pierre Pellegrin (National Center for Scientific Research, Paris)14. Aristotle’s Logic and Theory of Science: Wolfgang Detel (University of Frankfurt/Main, Germany)15. Aristotle Physics and Cosmology: Istv?n Bodn?r (Institute of Philosophy of E?tv?s University at Budapest, Hungary) & Pierre Pellegrin (National Center for Scientific Research, Paris)16. Aristotle’s Biology and Aristotle’s Philosophy: James G. Lennox (University of Pittsburgh)17. Aristotle’s Psychology: Victor Caston (University of California, Davis)18. First Philosophy in Aristotle: Mary Louise Gill (Brown University)19. Aristotle's Ethics: Michael Pakaluk (Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts)20. Aristotle's Political Philosophy: David Keyt (University of Washington in Seattle)Part IV : Philosophy in the Hellenistic Age21. The Hellenistic Schools: Thomas B?natou?l (University of Nancy 2, France)22. The Problem of Sources: Robert Sharples (University College London)23. The New Academy and its Rivals: Carlos L?vy (University of Paris – Sorbonne)24. Pyrrhonism: Jacques Brunschwig (University of Paris-I)25. Epicureanism: Pierre-Marie Morel (University of Paris-I, Panth?on – Sorbonne)26. Stoic Logic: Katerina Ierodiakonou (National Technical University of Athens)27. Stoic Ethics: Richard Bett (Johns Hopkins University)28. Hellenistic Cosmopolitanism: Eric Brown (Washington University)Part V: Middle and Late Platonism29. Middle Platonism: Marco Zambon (University of Padua, Italy)30. Plotinus: Luc Brisson & Jean-Fran?ois Pradeau (University of Nanterre, Paris-X)31. What was Commentary in Late Antiquity?: The Example of the Neoplatonic Commentators: Philippe Hoffmann (?cole Pratique des Hautes ?tudes, Paris)Part VI: Culture, Philosophy and the Sciences32. Greek Philosophy and Religion: G?bor Betegh (Central European University at Budapest, Hungary)33. Philosophy of Language: Deborah Modrak (University of Rochester)34. Ancient Medicine and its Contribution to the Philosophical Tradition: Pierre Pellegrin (National Center for Scientific Research, Paris)35. Greek Mathematics to the Time of Euclid: Ian Mueller (University of Chicago)Index LocorumGeneral Index
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Mary Louise Gill is the David Benedict Professor of Classics and Philosophy at Brown University. Her work primarily focuses on Plato, Aristotle, and other (primarily Greek) ancient philosophers.
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