The Religious Teachers of Greece: Being Gifford Lectures on Natural Religion Delivered at Aberdeen

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THE
RELIGIOUS TEACHERS
OF GREECE

BEING GIFFORD LECTURES ON NATURAL RELIGION
DELIVERED AT ABERDEEN

BY

JAMES ADAM, LITT.D.
HON. LL.D. OF ABERDEEN UNIVERSITY,
FELLOW AND SENIOR TUTOR OF EMMANUEL COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

EDITED, WITH A MEMOIR,
BY HIS WIFE
ADELA MARION ADAM

EDINBURGH: T. & T. CLARK, 38 GEORGE STREET 1909

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the Second Edition vii
  • Contents ix
  • Memoir I
  • The Religious Teachers of Greece 1
  • Lectures II and III 21
  • Lecture IV - From Hesiod to Bacchylides 68
  • Lecture V - Orphic Religious Ideas 92
  • Lecture VI - Pindar 115
  • Lecture VII - Aeschylus 138
  • Lecture VIII - Sophocles 163
  • Lecture IX - From Thales to Xenophanes 184
  • Lectures X and XI Heraclitus 212
  • Lecture XIII - The Age of the Sophists 265
  • Lectures XIV and XV 286
  • Lectures XVI and XVII - Socrates 320
  • Lecture XVIII - Plato 356
  • Lecture XIX 375
  • Lecture XX - Plato--Continued 398
  • Lectures XXI and XXII - Plato--Concluded 422
  • Index 461
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