We offer an introductory account of rationality in ancient philosophy and an outline of each contribution to the volume. These articles explore a wide range of topics concerning rationality in antiquity: from logical and semantic aspects related to the bases of rationality in Aristotle to ontological models in which rationality plays a leading role, such as the Parmenidean and the Stoic. They also explore what could be called the "softer" versions of rationality found in Aristotle's rhetoric and natural philosophy.
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|Number of pages||11|
|State||Published - 2013|