Table of contents for Greek philosophers.

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Socrates (C. C. W. Taylor): 1. Introduction; 2. Life; 3. Socratic literature and the Socratic problem; 4. Plato's Socrates; 5. Socrates and later philosophy; 6. Conclusion.

Plato (R. M. Hare): 1. Life and Times; 2. Plato's forebears; 3. How Plato became a philospher; 4. Understanding Plato; 5. Knowing things; 6. Definition, dialectic, and the good; 7. Education and the good life; 8. The divided mind; 9. The authoritarian State; 10. Plato's achievement.

Aristotle (Jonathan Barnes): 1. The man and his work; 2. A public figure; 3. Zoological researches; 4. Collecting facts; 5. The philosophical background; 6. The structure of the science; 7. Logic; 8. Knowledge; 9. Ideal and achievement; 10. Reality; 11. Change; 12. Causes; 13. Empiricism; 14.
Aristotle's world-picture; 15. Psychology; 16. Evidence and theory; 17. Teleology; 18. Practical philosophy; 19. The arts; 20. Afterlife.

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