The Legacy of Parmenides: Eleatic Monism and Later Presocratic Thought

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Index Nominum
This index includes modern authors; for ancient authors, refer to the General Index and to the Index Locorum.
Algra, K., 192n.37, 197n.54, 203–4n.66
Allen, R. E., 16n.31
Arnauld, A., 153n.70
Asmis, E., 200–201n.60
Austin, S., 34n.28, 66n.8, 78n.33; on Fire and Night, 108n.33; on negative predications, 75n.28
Baldes, R. W., 187n.20
Barnes, J., lln.20, 18n.39, 27n.9, 33n.26, 34n.27, 36n.34, 64n.3, 68n.l4, 73n.25, 78n.33, 82n.42, 89n.64, 109–10n.38, 133n.l2, 136n.25, 148nn.62 and 63, 148–49n.64, 150n.67, 173n.ll9, 182n.7, 189n.24, 195 and n.48, 197n.54, 207n.74, 209–10n.83, 211n.87, 213n.89, 218n.4, 223n.l4, 224n.l6, 232n.33; on Atomists and Melissus, 201; on Democritus B156, 190–92; on Diogenes of Apollonia and Eleaticism, 222n.l2; on Doxa, 5n.8, 98–99n.3, 103n.l4; on indivisibility of atoms, 187n.20; on monism, 5n.5, 12n.22, 65n.5, 66n.7, 66–67n.9; on mounogenes, 71 and n.20; on noein, 49n.71; on Parmenides, 915, 48n.69, 54–55n.83, 64n.2, 12829n.3, 240n.49; on particulate matter in Anaxagoras, 149–50n.66; on Proem, 19n.43; on “timeless” esti, 79–80n.38; on weight of atoms, 185n.l4; on Zeno, 172nn.ll6and 118
Bennett, J., 107n.29
Bicknell, P. J., 172n.ll6, 182n.7; on Parmenides B10, 25n.2
Blank, D. L„ llln.43
Bollack, J., 19n.43, 104n.l9, 155nn.77, 78, and 79, 156n.80, 157n.83, 158n.87, 163n.96, 165n.l00, 166n.l03, 187n.21
Bormann, K., 9n.l2, 19n.43, 21n.53, 83n.44, 88n.62
Bostock, D., 228n.23
Bowra, C. M., 19n.43
Brentlinger, J., 229–30n.25
Burkert, W., 120n.66; on kouros, 18n.41; on
Proem, 19nn.43, 44, and 46
Burnet, J., 72n.22, 109–10n.38
Calogero, G., 34n.28, 226n.21
Calvo, T., 99n.6
Chalmers, W. R„ 99n.6
Chantraine, P., 114n.50, 125n.84
Cherniss, H., 164n.99
Clark, R. J., 98–99n.3, 102n.l3
Collobert, C, 79–80n.38
Cordero, N.-L., 172n.l 16; on text of Parmenides B6, 53–54n.81, 54, 57–58 and n.94
Cornford, F. M., 18n.42, 133n.l3, 135n.21, 149–50n.66; on “Cornford Fragment,” 92n.72
Couloubaritsis, L., 200–201 n.60
Coxon, A. H., 21n.53, 25n.3, 29n.l4, 32n.22, 35n.30, 42n.55, 53–54n.81, 60n.99, 61nn.l03 and 105, 68nn.l4 and 15, 76n.31, 78n.33, 79n.37, 82n.42, 83n.44, 88nn.61 and 62, 89nn.64 and 66, 90n.67, 100n.8, 106n.25, 110n.40, llln.42, 112n.46, 114n.52, 120n.70, 177n.l32; on arguments in Parmenides B8, 74–75n.26; on “Cornford Fragment,” 92n.72; on Doxa, 99n.6; on identity of mortals, 48n.66; on mounogenes, 71; on Parmenides, 14n.28, 16n.33, 18n.42, 19–20n.47, 26–27n.8, 63n.l09, 84–85n.49, 85–86; on Parmenides B1.3, 20n.48; on Parmenides B3, 49n.70; on Proem, 19nn.43, 44, and 46
Croissant, J., 110n.40
Crystal, I., 239n.46
Cunliffe, R. J., 85n.53
Curd, M., 109n.35
DeLacey, P., 196n.51
De Ley, H., 187n.21
Denniston, J. D., 84n.46
Descartes, R., on opposites, 153n.70
Detienne, M., 38n.39
Diehls, H., 223; on comparative lengths of

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The Legacy of Parmenides: Eleatic Monism and Later Presocratic Thought
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • A Note on Texts and Translations xiii
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Introduction to the Paperback Version xvii
  • Introduction 3
  • I - Parmenides and the Inquiry into Nature 24
  • II - Parmenides' Monism and the Arguments of B8 64
  • III - Doxa and Deception 98
  • IV - Pluralism after Parmenides 127
  • V - Atoms, Void, and Rearrangement 180
  • VI - Final Remarks 217
  • Bibliography 243
  • Index Locorum 257
  • Index Nominum 264
  • General Index 269
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