Table of contents for Creationism and its critics in antiquity / David Sedley.

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Contents
PrefaceAcknowledgments	000
IntroductionPreface 	000
1 / Anaxagoras	1
1	The Presocratic agenda	000 
2	Anaxagoras' cosmology	000
3	The power of nous	000
4	Sun and moon	000
5	Worlds and seeds	000
6	Nous as creator	000
7	Scientific creationism	000
Appendix. Anaxagoras' theory of matter	000
2 / Empedocles	000
1	The cosmic cycle	000
2	The double zoogony	000
3	Creationist discourse	000
4	Design and accident	000
Appendix 1. The double zoogony revisited	000
Appendix 2. The chronology of the cycle	000
Appendix 3. Where in the cycle are we?	000
Appendix 4. A Lucretian testimony for Empedocles' zoogony
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3 / Socrates	000
1.	Diogenes of Apollonia	000
2.	Socrates in Xenophon	000
3.	Socrates in Plato's Phaedo	000
4.	A historical synthesis	000
4 / Plato	000
1.	The Phaedo myth	000
2.	Introducing the Timaeus	000
3.	An act of creation?	000
4.	Divine craftsmanship	000
5.	Is the world perfect?	000
6.	The origin of species	000
5 / The Atomists	000
1.	Democritus	000
2.	The Epicurean critique of creationism	000
3.	The Epicurean alternative to creationism	000
4.	Epicurean infinity	000
6 / Aristotle	000
1.	God as paradigm	000
2.	The craft analogy	000
3.	Necessity	000
4.	Fortuitous outcomes	000
5.	Cosmic teleology	000
6.	Aristotle's Platonism	000
7 / The Stoics	000
1.	Stoicism	000
2.	A window on Stoic theology	000
3.	Appropriating Socrates	000
4.	Appropriating Plato	000
5.	Whose benefit?	000
Epilogue: A Galenic Perspective	000
Bibliography	000
General Index	000
Index Locorum	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Intelligent design (Teleology).
Philosophy, Ancient.