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Francis Macdonald Cornford was an English philosophy student and teacher at Trinity College in Cambridge, where he was a Fellow and received awards for his excellence in teaching. He was especially interested in Greek religion and philosophy; two of his four works focus on the subject.
In this exploration of the "very first utterance of philosophers, " F.M. Cornford probes the intricate connections between critical scientific thought and social and emotional experience.
|I.||Destiny and Law||1|
|II.||The Origin of Moira||40|
|III.||Nature, God, and Soul||73|
|IV.||The Datum of Philosophy||124|
|V.||The Scientific Tradition||144|
|VI.||The Mystical Tradition||160|
|Index of Citations||264|