Byzantine Philosophy and Its Ancient Sources

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CONTENTS
List of Contributorsvii
Introduction   KATERINA IERODIAKONOU1
1. Greek-Latin Philosophical Interaction   STEN EBBESEN15
2. Basil of Caesarea on the Semantics of Proper Names   PAUL KALLIGAS31
3. The Justinianic Dialogue On Political Science and its Neoplatonic Sources   DOMINIC O’MEARA49
4. John of Damascus on Human Action, the Will, and Human Freedom   MICHAEL FREDE63
5. Syllogistic in the anon Heiberg   JONATHAN BARNES97
6. Hellenic Philosophy in Byzantium and the Lonely Mission of Michael Psellos   JOHN DUFFY139
7. Psellos’ Paraphrasis on Aristotle’s De interpretatione   KATERINA IERODIAKONOU157
8. ‘To Every Argument There is a Counter-Argument’: Theodore Metochites’ Defence of Scepticism (Semeiosis 61)   BORJE BYDEN183
9. The Anti-Logical Movement in the Fourteenth Century   KATERINA IERODIAKONOU219
10. Byzantine Commentators on the Chaldaean Oracles: Psellos and Plethon   POLYMNIA ATHANASSIADI237
11. Plethon and Scholarios on Aristotle   GEORGE KARAMANOLIS253
Epilogue: Current Research in Byzantine Philosophy   LINOS BENAKIS283
Index Locorum289
Index of Names304

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