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Visible and Invisible in Greek Philosophy


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Part 1 Acknowledgements Chapter 2 Introduction Part 3 Presocratics Chapter 4 Order, Harmony, and Justice Chapter 5 Self-search by Heraclitus and Chuan-tzu Chapter 6 Invisible Life and Death Chapter 7 The Origin of Indirect Proof Part 8 Eleatica Chapter 9 Dual Truth, Parmenides, and Nagarjuna Chapter 10 Introduction to Zeno's Paradox Chapter 11 The First Layer of Zeno's Four Paradoxes Chapter 12 Zeno and Bergson against Motion Part 13 Plato's Metaphysics Chapter 14 Two Geometrical Scenes Chapter 15 Plato's Theory of Recollection Chapter 16 Dialectic and Mathematics in Plato's Republic Chapter 17 One and Many in Plato's Laws Part 18 Aristotle versus Diogenes of Sinope Chapter 19 Political Animal Chapter 20 Madden Socrates Chapter 21 Cynic Justic Part 22 Three Dialogues on Greek Philosophy Chapter 23 Matrix of the Good Chapter 24 Archaic Smile Chapter 25 Time and Eternity Part 26 Bibliography Part 27 Index Part 28 About the Author


Professor Yamakawa's book, Visible and Invisible in Greek Philosophy, has the exceptional merit of using a special approach to illumine the philosophical landscape of ancient wisdom and trace vital continuities with modern scientific trends. The chapters of this book, published previously in proceedings of conferences and well known journals, are brought together to form a set of interrelated themes that deserve careful reading for their richness and originality. -- John P. Anton, Honorary President, The International Association for Greek Philosophy, University of South Florida
In Visible and Invisible in Greek Philosophy, Professor Yamakawa has collected a number of groundbreaking essays covering the entire history of Greek philosophy from the Presocratics to the Postaristotelians. He explores in a systematic and methodical manner "the dynamic correlation between the visible and the invisible aspects of Greek philosophers' particularly thoughts." -- Christos Evangeliou, Honorary President, The International Association for Greek Philosophy, Professor of Philosophy, Towson University
...The Visible and Invisible in Greek Philosophy [papers] are of paramount importance, since they investigate and clarify the problems of Greek thought and philosophy...This work will be especially useful for every specialist in Greek thought... I highly recommend it. -- Constantine J. Boudouris, President of the International Association for Greek Philosophy
Visible and Invisible in Greek Philosophy is an enlightening book...a collection [that] shows a remarkable continuity from chapter to chapter. -- Livio Rossetti, Professor of Philosophy, Peruja University, Italy
In Visible and Invisible in Greek Philosophy, Professor Hideya Yamakawa brings a new and distinctive approach to Greek philosophy. The...book...is a challenging and welcome addition to Greek philosophy scholarship. -- Thomas M. Robinson

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