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Ancient Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction (Very Short Introductions) Paperback – 12 Oct 2000
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About the Author
Julia Annas is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Arizona and author of several books for OUP, including An Introduction to Platos Republic and The Morality of Happiness. She is also series editor for the Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy.
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This is a good general introduction to Ancient Philosophy. To my mind, it spent too much time off topic for such a short book - there was discussion on more general matters, and some topics not related to Ancient Philosophy as such. It attempted to put Ancient Philosophy into a context which incorporated more modern times; not really what, I think, a book of this nature ought to be doing.
A good, but not great Short Introduction to Ancient Philosohy. The books in this series on more specific topics seem to be more focused and of more interest and more use to a general or interested reader for a good introduction on the topic - e.g. Plato, Socrates, PreSocratic Philosophy.
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