Byzantine Philosophy and Its Ancient Sources

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INDEX OF NAMES

I. ANCIENT AND MEDIEVAL
Academics 36–7, 186–7, 193, 195
Adam Balsham 19
Adam of Marsh 68
Aenesidemus 191, 193, 196, 199
Aeschines 194 n.
Aetius 40, 193 n.
Agapetus 55
Agathias 192 n.
Alberic of Paris 19
Albinus (Alcinous) 38 n.
Alexander of Aphrodisias 23 n., 36n., 37 n., 64, 104 n., 106 n., 107 n., 112n., 115n., 116n., 120n., 121 n., 122 n., 128 n., 130n., 131 n., 132 n., 136n., 157, 164, 179, 198, 270, 278
Ambrose 17, 68
Ammonius 33, 55, 106 n., 107 n., 108, 112n., 115n., 116n., 119n., 120n., 121n., 128 n., 154, 160–5, 166 n., 167 n., 168–70, 172n., 173–7, 179, 191–2, 195
Anaxagoras 186, 205 n., 206 n.
Andronikos Kallistos 6, 254, 255 n., 262 n.
Anselm 68
Apollonius Dyscolus 18, 170
Apuleius 101 n., 102n., 104, 106, 107 n., 114n., 128 n.
Arcesilaus 193 n., 194, 195 n.
Archilochus 193 n.
Archimedes 98 n.
Arethas 3–5, 12, 144–5, 153, 157–8, 237, 238 n., 284, 287
Aristo of Alexandria 104
Aristo of Chius 193 n.
Aristocles 186n., 191–2, 195
Aristotelians 10, 255
Aristotle 2–4, 9–13, 18–19, 22–5, 31, 33–4, 39 n., 45, 51–2, 60, 64–7, 70–1, 79, 88, 93–4, 98n., 99–100, 101 n., 102n., 104n., 105–6, 107 n., 108, 112–14, 115n., 125–32, 136, 144, 147, 150, 153–4, 157–79, 186 n., 193 n., 194n., 195, 197, 202 n., 206 n., 207, 219–35, 253–80, 284
Aristoxenus 260 n.
Arius Didymus 35 n.
Asclepius 195n.
Aspasius 157
Atticus 260 n., 265–7
Augustine 18, 26–7, 68, 70–1, 77, 87, 116n., 194n., 200, 203, 208, 269, 271–2
Averroes 26, 249
Avicenna 26
Barlaam of Calabria 6, 9, 12, 26, 190, 202 n., 204, 220–1, 224–35, 283
Basil the Great 5, 9, 11, 32, 40–7, 141
Bernard of Clairvaux 19
Bessarion 4, 6, 24–5, 200 n., 254–5, 261 n., 262 n., 279–80, 284
Boethius 17–18, 23, 25–6, 59, 102 n., 106 n., 107 n., 112n., 114n., 115n., 116n., 118n., 121 n., 122 n., 123 n., 269
Burgundio of Pisa 67–8, 87
Carneades 17, 37, 46
Cassiodorus 115n., 116n., 118n.
Cato the Elder 15
Cerbanus 67
Chalcidius 272 n.
Chrysippus 20, 34–6, 39 n., 197, 203 n., 223
Cicero 16–17, 51, 60, 114n., 115n., 116n., 118, 186 n., 187, 194
Clement of Alexandria 2, 9, 99 n., 100 n., 192, 197, 203 n., 205–6, 264, 271
Constantine the Philosopher 145
Constantine Porphyrogennetos 142
Cosmas of Jerusalem 197
Cosmas the Melode 146, 197 n.
Cratylus 192, 198 n.
Critolaus 17
Cynics 192
Cyril of Alexandria 263, 271
Damascius 41 n., 58, 198, 200 n., 237
David 140–2, 178 n., 191 n., 192, 195
Demetrios Kabasilas 205
Demetrios Kydones 6, 27, 227, 249, 257, 284
Democritus 193 n.
Democritus (the Platonist) 41 n.
Dexippus 46 n.
Dicaearchus 194 n.
Dio of Prusa 57 n.
Diogenes of Babylon 17, 34, 38 n.
Diogenes Laertius 34 n., 184n., 191, 192 n., 193, 195–6, 202n., 260n.
Dionysius Thrax 38, 40, 42, 169–70
Diotogenes 55 n.
Donatus 26
Duns Scotus 69–70
Elias 52n., 99n., 178n., 191 n., 192

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