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From the Publisher"The Routledge Companion to Ancient Philosophy is a remarkable accomplishment for at least two reasons. It offers an exceptionally broad view of ancient Greek thought, from the pioneering philosopher-scientists of ancient Ionia down to the leading Neoplatonic thinkers and ancient commentators on Aristotle. It also features an outstanding set of contributors, most of them acknowledged experts on their topic, with others who are authors of important recent work."
James Lesher, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"The Routledge Companion to Ancient Philosophy provides authoritative interpretations of key texts while engaging the reader in ongoing, lively controversies. It is a comprehensive and richly detailed resource for anyone interested in the fascinating landscape of Greek and Roman philosophy."
Harald Thorsrud, Agnes Scott College
"Condensing a huge wealth of expertise, and skillfully combining historical with interpretative orientation, this Companion opens up to a broad readership the seminal movements and ideas that constituted philosophy from the Sixth century BC to the Sixth century AD."
David Sedley, University of Cambridge
"The essays are of uniformly high quality...This excellent reference will be useful to faculty and students alike...Summing Up: Recommended."
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