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Author Fine, Gail,
Title Essays in ancient epistemology / Gail Fine.
Imprint Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2021.
2021
Edition First edition.

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Author Fine, Gail,
Subject Knowledge, Theory of -- Greece -- History.
Philosophy, Ancient.
Description 1 online resource {x, 417 pages).
Edition First edition.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 391-405) and index.
Note Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 18, 2021).
Contents Cover -- Essays in Ancient Epistemology -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Preface and Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- 10. -- Part I: Plato and [Plato] -- Chapter 2: Does Socrates Claim to Know that He Knows Nothing? -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Some preliminaries -- 3. Setting the scene -- 4. Socrates's pre-oracle belief: (T1) -- 5. Socrates cross-examines a politician: (T2) -- 6. Socrates and the craftsmen: (T3) -- 7. Socrates and wisdom: (T4) and (T5) -- 8. Conclusion -- Chapter 3: Knowledge and True Belief in the Meno
1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- 10. -- Chapter 4: The 'Two Worlds' Theory in the Phaedo -- 1. Introduction -- 2. 65a9-66a10 -- 3. 66b-67d: The genuine philosophers' doxa -- 4. The Affinity Argument -- 5. Noeˆta and anoeˆta -- 6. Philosophers and non-philosophers -- 7. Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Episteme and Doxa, Knowledge and Belief, in the Phaedo -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Doxa in the Phaedo -- 3. Belief in the Phaedo -- 4. Episteˆmeˆ in the Phaedo -- 5. Is episteˆmeˆ knowledge? -- 6. The aitia passage -- 7. Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Recollection and Innatism in the Phaedo
1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- Chapter 7: Plato on the Grades of Perception: Theaetetus 184-186 and the Phaedo -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- 10. -- Chapter 8: Meno's Paradox and the Sisyphus -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- 10. -- 11. -- 12. -- Part II: Aristotle -- Chapter 9: Aristotle on Knowledge -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- 10. -- 11. -- Chapter 10: Aristotle's Two Worlds: Knowledge and Belief in Posterior Analytics 1.33 -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- 10. -- 11.
Part III: Sextus -- Chapter 11: Skeptical Dogmata: Outlines of Pyrrhonism I 13 -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- Chapter 12: Subjectivity, Ancient and Modern: The Cyrenaics, Sextus, and Descartes -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- Chapter 13: Descartes and Ancient Skepticism: Reheated Cabbage? -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- Chapter 14: Sextus and External World Skepticism -- 1. -- 2. -- 3. -- 4. -- 5. -- 6. -- 7. -- 8. -- 9. -- References -- Index Locorum
Summary This volume draws together notable work on ancient epistemology by a leading figure in the field. In these thirteen essays Gail Fine discusses knowledge, belief, subjectivity, and scepticism in Plato, Aristotle, and the Pyrrhonian sceptics, relating ancient discussions of these topics to more recent ones.
ISBN 9780191063701 electronic book
0191063703 electronic book
9780191809040 electronic book
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9780198746768 hardcover
0198746768 hardcover
OCLC # 1249075283
Additional Format Print version: Fine, Gail. Essays in ancient epistemology. First edition. Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2021 9780198746768 (OCoLC)1227693344



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