Dec 12, 2013 · Originally published in 1931, this volume contains the text of an inaugural lecture by Francis Cornford upon his accession to the Laurence Professorship of Ancient Philosophy in the University of Cambridge. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in ancient philosophy or the history and philosophy of science.
Genre/Form: Lectures form Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cornford, Francis Macdonald, 1874-1943. Laws of motion in ancient thought. Cambridge [Eng.].
The laws of motion in ancient thought: an inaugural lecture. by Francis Macdonald Cornford. Cambridge University Press, 1931. The Laws of Motion in Ancient Thought: An Inaugural Lecture. Francis MacDonald Cornford - 1931 - Cambridge University Press. Originally published in 1931, this volume contains the text of an inaugural lecture by Francis Cornford upon his accession to the Laurence Professorship of Ancient Philosophy in the University of Cambridge. Francis Macdonald Cornford was a revolutionary scholar who reinterpreted the origins of Western thought and a masterful translator of and commentator on the later dialogues of Plato. He was also a recognized authority on Greek science, an innovator in the methodology of the history of ideas, an historian and a poet, and an important student of.
Cornford, Francis Macdonald, 1874-1943 Cornford, Francis Macdonald MacDonald Cornford, Francis. Background to modern science: ten lectures at Cambridge arranged by the History of science committee, 1936:. The laws of motion in ancient thought: an inaugural lecture. Philosophy of Law; Social and Political Philosophy; Value Theory, Miscellaneous; Science, Logic, and Mathematics. Inaugural Lecture of the Professor of Political Theory and Institutions Delivered in the Applebey Lecture Theatre on 23 October 1956. The Laws of Motion in Ancient Thought. Francis Macdonald Cornford - 1931 - Cambridge.
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