The books in this series address major themes in ancient Greek and Roman thought that have enduring philosophical interest. Each volume in the series makes an original and substantial contribution to our understanding of the ancient theories and debates, and highlights their relevance for contemporary philosophy. The books are intended to help students and specialists cross the gap between general introductions and specialist monographs. Books are concise, accessible and so suitable for teaching, but also represent leading scholarship in the field of ancient philosophy.
General Editors: Alex Long, University of St Andrews; Voula Tsouna, University of California, Santa Barbara
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