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100 1  Clark, Stephen R. L.|0
245 10 Ancient Mediterranean philosophy :|ban introduction /
       |cStephen R.L. Clark. 
264  1 London ;|aNew York :|bBloomsbury Academic,|c2013. 
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490 1  Bloomsbury history of philosophy. 
500    Title from PDF title page (viewed on Dec. 4, 2012). 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  1 Beginnings -- Pre-historical speculations -- Mythos and 
       logos -- Gods of the Greeks and others -- Nature and 
       spirit confounded -- 2 Influence from outside -- Tales 
       from the East -- Tales from the South -- Tales from the 
       North -- Tales from the past -- 3 Inspired thinkers -- 
       Seeking the unseen -- Sicilians and Italians -- 
       Philosophers and Jews -- 4 Travellers and stay-at-homes --
       Custom, dictat and advantage -- Protagoras and Socrates --
       Purity and the practice of death -- 5 Divine Plato -- 
       Reading the dialogues -- Forms -- Two worlds or one -- 
       Politics -- 6 The Aristotelian synthesis -- 'The master of
       them that know' -- Slaves and citizens -- Post-
       Aristotelian centuries -- 7 Living the philosophical life 
       -- Stoics and Cynics -- Hebrews and Zoroastrians -- 
       Epicureans and Buddhists -- 8 Ordinary and supernatural 
       lives -- Abstract virtues and the Romans -- Sons of God --
       Divination and technology -- Philosophy and foolosophies -
       - 9 Late antiquity -- Fixed stars and planets, and an 
       escape from Fate -- Classical and Magian culture -- The 
       way we didn't take -- 10 An end and a beginning. 
520    Although the Greeks were responsible for the first 
       systematic philosophy of which we have any record, they 
       were not alone in the Mediterranean world and were happy 
       to draw inspiration from other traditions; traditions that
       are now largely neglected by philosophers and scholars. 
       This book tells the story of 'Greek Philosophy', paying 
       due attention to its historical context and the 
       contributions made by Egyptians, Hebrews, Persians and 
       even barbarians from northern Europe. Stephen Clark 
       provides a narrative history of the philosophical 
       traditions that took shape over several centuries in the 
       Mediterranean world and offers a comprehensive survey of 
       this crucial period in the history of philosophy. The book
       includes a thorough historical and philosophical overview 
       of all the key thinkers, events and ideas that 
       characterized the period and explores in detail central 
       themes such as the contest of gods and giants, the 
       contrast between the reality and appearance, and the idea 
       of the philosopher. Ideal for undergraduate students, this
       concise and accessible book provides a comprehensive guide
       to a fascinating period in the history of philosophy. 
650  0 Philosophy, Ancient.|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|aClark, Stephen.|tAncient Mediterranean 
       Philosophy : An Introduction.|dLondon : Bloomsbury 
       Publishing, 2012|z9781441101884. 
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