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the self in Greek literature  

Christopher Gill

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Mar 2017
The notion of “self” is a non-technical one, bridging the areas of psychology and ethics or social relations. Criteria for selfhood include psychological unity or cohesion, agency, ... More

Hierocles of Alexandria  

Hermann S. Schibli

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Mar 2017
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Philosophy

law, Roman, institutional scheme of ,  

Jakob Fortunat Stagl

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Jul 2016
The institutional scheme of Roman law was developed primarily by Gaius on the basis of a preceding tradition of law manuals. The scheme consists of dividing the law into a General Part, ... More

poetic unity, Greek ,  

Richard Hunter

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Apr 2016

Zoïlus, of Amphipolis, 4th cent. bce  

John Francis Lockwood and Robert Browning

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Mar 2016
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Philosophy

Zeno (6), of Sidon, Stoic  

Julia Annas

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Mar 2016
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Philosophy

Zeno (5), of Sidon, Epicurean, b. c. 150 bce  

William David Ross and Dirk Obbink

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Mar 2016
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Philosophy

Zeno (3), of Tarsus, Stoic  

Julia Annas

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Mar 2016
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Philosophy

Zeno (2), of Citium, founder of Stoicism  

Julia Annas

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Mar 2016
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Philosophy

Zeno (1) , of Elea, philosoper and friend of Parmenides  

Malcolm Schofield

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Mar 2016
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Philosophy

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