Friday, August 11, 2017

New on Pre-Pub

The third and final volume of a series The Concept of Woman by Prudence Allen is new on pre-pub.

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The first two volumes are already available in Logos. I have just begun reading Vol.1 http://ift.tt/2wxmuhj 

From Volume 1:

A CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF THE PHILOSOPHERS CONSIDERED


Hesiod
  c. 750 BC
Sappho
  c. 600 BC
Anaximander
  c. 540 BC
Pythagoras
  c. 530 BC
Heraclitus
  c. 540–480 BC
Parmenides
  c. 539–500 BC
Anaxagoras
  c. 500–428 BC
Empedocles
  c. 450 BC
Aspasia
  c. 440 BC
Protagoras
  c. 490–420 BC
Gorgias
  c. 490–386 BC
Prodicus
  c. 470–3?? BC
Hippocrates
  c. 460–377 BC
Democritus
  c. 460–370 BC
Socrates
  c. 470–399 BC
Xenophon
  c. 430–357 BC
Plato
  c. 428–355 BC
Speussipus
  c. 410–339 BC
Perictione I
  fourth century BC
Theano I
  fourth century BC
Phyntis
  fourth century BC
Aristotle
  384–322 BC
Hipparchia
  c. 300 BC
Theophrastus
  c. 370–286 BC
Epicurus
  c. 341–270 BC
Zeno of Cittium
  c. 333–261 BC
Chryssipus
  c. 282–206 BC
Melissa
  third century BC
Perictione II
  third century BC
Aresas
  third century BC
Myia
  second century BC
Theano II
  second century BC
Cicero
  106–43 BC
Lucretius
  98–55 BC
Philo
  13 BC–AD 54
Seneca
  AD 4–64
Pliny the Elder
  AD 23–79
Musonius Rufus
  c. AD 30–101
Epictetus
  born c. 50
Plutarch
  50–125
Juvenal
  60–140
Marcus Aurelius
  121–180
Galen
  131–201
Plotinus
  205–270
Porphyry
  235–305
St. Catherine of Alexandria
  c. 307
St. Augustine
  354–430
Hypatia
  370–415
Boethius
  480–524
Hilda of Whitby
  614–680
John Scotus Erigena
  810–877
Roswitha
  c. 935–1002
Avicenna
  980–1037
Avicebron
  1020–1070
St. Anselm
  1033–1109
Abelard
  1097–1142
Hildegard of Bingen
  1098–1179
Peter Lombard
  1100–1160
Heloise
  1101–1164
Averroes
  1126–1198
Herrad of Landsberg
  1130–1195
Maimonides
  1135–1204
Walter Map
  c. 1140–1209
Andreas Capellanus
  c. 1186
St. Albert the Great
  1193–1280
Roger Bacon
  1214–1292
St. Bonaventure
  1217–1274
St. Thomas Aquinas
  1224–1274


Allen, P. (1997). The Concept of Woman: The Aristotelian Revolution 750 B.C.–A.D. 1250 (Second Edition, p. xv). Grand Rapids, MI; Cambridge, U.K.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company.



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