• Logic and the imperial Stoa

    Barnes, Jonathan 1997 Philosophia antiqua, 0079-1687 ( Serie ) Leiden ; New York : Brill 9789004321007 | BRILL9789004321007 Abstract

    The main argument of this book, against a prevailing orthodoxy, is that the study of logic was a vital - and a popular - part of stoic philosophy in the early imperial period. The argument relies primarily on detailed analyses of certain texts in the Discourses of Epictetus. It includes some account of logical 'analysis', of 'hypothetical' reasoning, and of 'changing' arguments. Written both for historians and for philosophers, and presupposing no logical expertise, this is an important contribution to the history of philosophy in the early imperial period.


    Architecture and philosophy

Barnes, Jonathan
Architecture and philosophy

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