|Ancient Philosophy Lecture Notes|
|History of Philosophy|
W. Russ Payne, Washington Community College
These course notes cover Plato's metaphysics and epistemology, The Presocratics, Socrates, Aristotle's Ethics, Aristotle on Virtue, St. Augustine, and Averroes (also known as Ibn Rushd).
|Philosophy 320: History of Ancient Philosophy|
Marc Cohen, University of Washington
The course focuses on ancient Greek views of nature and our knowledge of nature. It traces the development of philosophical themes among the Presocratics and proceeds to their development at the hands of Plato and Aristotle.
|History of Ancient Philosophy|
S. Marc Cohen, University of Washington
A survey of the history of ancient Greek philosophy from the Milesians through Aristotle. The course will focus on ancient Greek views of nature and our knowledge of nature. We will trace the development of philosophical themes among the Presocratics and proceed to their development at the hands of Plato and Aristotle. The emphasis throughout will be on understanding, analyzing, and evaluating the arguments of the philosophers. Minimal attention will be given to cultural and historical setting.
|Philosophy 251: Greek Philosophy|
Stephen H. Daniel, Texas A&M University
This class covers pre-Socratic philosophers, including Anaximenes, Heraclitus, Democritus, Pythagorus, and Parmenides, and a discussion of Mythos & Logos. All of these thinkers attempt to give a rational (rather than mythic) account of experience and reality. That is what makes them the first philosophers.
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