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Subject Philosophy

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631219088.2002.00049.x


Many of the authors discussed in this Companion are listed below in chronological order with some of their main works. The list is not comprehensive, but it should be a helpful guide to the diversity of philosophical questions and to the complex history of philosophical thinking. Plato 427–347 bc Protagoras; Gorgias; Meno; Timaeus; Philebus; Phaedrus; Symposium; Phaedo; Republic; Theaetetus; Sophist; Parmenides; Cratylus; Laws Aristotle 384–322 bc Metaphysics; Nicomachean Ethics; Politics; Categories; De Interpretatione; Prior and Posterior Analytic; Topics; Physics; De Anima; Rhetoric; Art of Poetry Marcus Tullius Cicero 106–43 bc On the State; On the Laws; On Duties Plotinus AD 204–70 Enneads Porphyry the Phoenician c. 232–304 Introduction to Aristotle's Categories St Augustine of Hippo 354–430 Confessions (397–400); City of God (413–26) Pseudo-Dionysus the Areopagite, fifth century On the Divine Names and the Mystical Theology Boethius c. 480–524 Consolation of Philosophy John Eriugena c. 810–75 De Praedestinatione; De Divisione Naturae Avicenna of Baghdad (Ibn Sina) 980–1037 Healing; The Directives and Remarks; Deliverance St Anselm of Canterbury 1033–1109 Monologion; Proslogion Peter Abelard 1079–1142 Dialectica Averroes of Cordoba (Ibn Rushd) 1126–98 The Incoherence of the Incoherence Moses Maimonides c. 1135–1204 The Guide for the Perplexed ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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