The Cambridge History of Philosophy in Late Antiquity comprises over forty specially commissioned essays by experts on the philosophy of the period 200–800 CE. It will be an invaluable resource for all those interested in this rich and still emerging field.
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"This useful volume features 48 essays by expert contributors on philosophers, philosophical and religious movements (e.g. Gnosticism), theologians (e.g., Pseudo-Dionysius), and scientific thinkers (e.g., Ptolemy and Galen).... Especially valuable are the chapters on Christian Patristic thinkers (the Alexandrians and Cappadocians) and on the later pagan Neoplatonists, including Proclus, Damascius, Philoponus, and others.... the essays summarizing the results of this research are most welcome. Accompanying the essays are a 50-page list of works by ancient authors, an invaluable 200-page bibliography, an extensive index locorum, and a brief general index of subjects and authors. This excellent reference work will be a valuable addition to college and university libraries.... Highly recommended...."
--J. Bussanich, University of New Mexico, CHOICE
"Gerson’s volume is a mine of information and a basic sourcebook for further deepening our understanding of the thought of late antiquity, whether historically, philologically, or—one would hope—philosophically."
--John Rist, University of Toronto (Emeritus); Istituto Patristico, Augustinianum, Rome (Visiting Professor), Journal of the History of Philosophy
"...a particularly useful research and teaching tool: the reader or instructor, in consulting a particular chapter, knows to a decent extent what she or he is getting.... there is no question but that the editor has put together a History that performs a unique function and service in today’s scholarly world. Gerson’s many contributors have also all risen to a formidable task, making this an impressive showcase for the state of the art in a field that is rapidly gaining in recognition..."
--Taneli Kukkonen, University of Otago and University of Jyväskylä, Philosophy in Review
'For this new two-volume history Lloyd Gerson commission eminent scholars to contribute chapters, focusing primarily on the period between 200 and 100 CE … The contributions are uniformly excellent. In addition to the subtlety with which the myriad philosophical positions and systems are articulated and examined, the contributions all display an impressive acquaintance with the important philological scholarship that informs current attempts to rehabilitate the reputations of authors and works from late antiquity … has already become an indispensible reference work for the period …' Michael Fournier, Canadian Journal of History
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Descripción Cambridge University Press, 2010. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: VG-. Estado de la sobrecubierta: VG. First Edition. Paper covered boards with light soil and bumped spine ends and corners. Djs have mild edgewear. Bindings tight, text clean. Light soil to text blocks. Slipcase has mild soil and bumped corners, and 2.5'' split along top edge. ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 1312 pages. Nº de ref. de la librería 65196
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