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Philosophy - Philosophical Traditions | Reason and Analysis in Ancient Greek Philosophy - Essays in Honor of David Keyt (Testimonials)

Reason and Analysis in Ancient Greek Philosophy

Essays in Honor of David Keyt

Series: Philosophical Studies Series, Vol. 120

Anagnostopoulos, Georgios, Miller Jr., Fred D. (Eds.)

2014, XVII, 329 p. 1 illus.

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"These essays in honor of David Keyt exemplify the virtues that he himself has brought to bear on the study of ancient Greek philosophy: precision in the formulation of problems, together with ingenuity and originality in offering solutions. His autobiographical essay is a marvelous reminiscence of a rich, varied, and productive life in academia." Professor Richard Kraut, Northwestern University

 "In his long life in philosophy, David Keyt’s original, rigorous and provocative work has ranged from Aristotle’s and Plato’s metaphysics to their ethical and political thought. In this correspondingly wide-ranging collection his colleagues, friends and former students honor his notable contributions to all these fields in an outstanding collection of essays." Professor Julia Annas, University of Arizona

  “This an excellent collection of the work of students and colleagues of Professor David Keyt covering a broad range of important work on Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. The papers are easily accessible to readers interested in ancient Greek philosophy and advance the debate in their respective topics. They demonstrate the quality and breadth of Professor Keyt’s extraordinary scholarly career.”  Professor Hugh H. Benson, University of Oklahoma

 "A fitting tribute to David Keyt. Anyone interested in Socrates, Plato, or Aristotle will find in it material well worth reading." Professor Norman Dahl, University of Minnesota



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