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1CarteARI1.25AristotelPolitics: a new translationda
2CarteBRUO1.3Bruno, GiordanoOpere complete III. De la causa, principio et unoda
3CarteBRUO1.4Bruno, GiordanoOpere complete IV. De l`infinito, universo e mondida
4CarteBRUO2.1Bruno, GiordanoŒuvres complètes. Documents I. Le Procèsnu
5CarteBUT2.1Butorac, David D.; Layne, Danielle A. (eds.)Proclus and his legacyda
6CarteCAZ2.1Goulet-Cazé, Marie-OdileLe cynisme : une philosophie antiqueda
7CarteDIO3.2Hammerstaedt, Jürgen; Morel, Pierre-Marie; Guremen, Refik (eds.)Diogenes of Oinoanda, epicureanism and philosophical debates/Diogène d'Œnoanda, épicurisme et controversesda
8CarteDIO6.1.1Diogenes LaertiusLives of eminent philosophers. Books 1-5da
9CarteDIO6.1.2Diogenes LaertiusLives of eminent philosophers. Books 6-10da
10CarteGRA6.1.1Graham, W. Daniel (ed.)The texts of early Greek philosophy : the complete fragments and selected testimonies of the major Presocratics. Part Ida
11CarteGRA6.1.2Graham, W. Daniel (ed.)The texts of early Greek philosophy : the complete fragments and selected testimonies of the major Presocratics. Part IIda
12CarteGRA6.2Graham, W. DanielAristotle's two systemsda
13CarteGRA6.3Graham, W. DanielExplaining the Cosmos: The Ionian Tradition of Scientific Philosophynu
14CarteHOS1.1Hose, Martin; Schenker, David (eds.)A companion to Greek literatureda
15CarteHUT1.1Hutchinson, D. M.Plotinus on consciousnessda
16CarteLLO2.1Lloyd, Geoffrey Ernest RichardThe ambivalences of rationality : ancient and modern cross-cultural explorationsda
17CarteLON1.3Long, Anthony ArthurEpictetus : a Stoic and Socratic guide to lifeda
18CarteMAN3.1Manetti, GiovanniTheories of the sign in classical antiquityda
19CarteMAR1.1Marek, ChristianIn the Land of a Thousand Gods: A History of Asia Minor in the Ancient Worldda
20CartePEL3.1Pellegrin, PierreL'Excellence menacée - Sur la philosophie politique d'Aristoteda
21CartePRO1.11d' Hoine, Pieter; Martijn, Marije (eds.)All from one : a guide to Proclusda
22CarteWAR2.1Warren, JamesThe pleasures of reason in Plato, Aristotle, and the Hellenistic hedonistsda