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Ancient Greek Philosophy, 2nd Edition by Vijay Tankha

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GENERAL INDEX

Acusmata, oral precepts, 93–94

Aegospotomi, meteorite falls at, 243

Akineton, unmoving, unchanging, 158

Akrasia, weakness of the will, denied by Socrates, explained by Aristotle, 356

Alcibiades description of Socrates, 329, 359

Alcmaeon (of Croton), medical writer, 111

All appearances are true, 212, 276, 285

All judgments are false, 236, 237–38

All judgments are true, Eleatic antecedents, 144, 275, 280, 299, 316, 320

Alteration (different from generation), 22

Analogy (political and Milesian thought), 46

Anamnesis, recollection, 101

Anaxagoras: and Empedocles, 226–27, 230, 232, 233, 252; and intelligence, 244–45; and Parmenides, 229–30; cause of motion, 243, 245; cognition, 244–5; cosmology, 246–48; everything in everything, 230–31 ...

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