Series | History of Ancient Western Philosophy, Pt. 1

The Foundations of Hellenic Philosophy

Early Traditions from the Neolithic to the Archaic Periods

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This is the first part in a series on the history of Greek & Roman philosophy. As entries are added, they can be found here:

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