Alexandria, Volume 3

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David R. Fideler
Red Wheel/Weiser, Jan 1, 1995 - Philosophy - 486 pages
Journal of cosmology, philosophy, myth, and culture.
 

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Contents

Education and the Signs of the Times
7
Harmony Made Visible hy Michael S Schneider
13
The Alchemy of Art hy Arthur Versluis
23
A Note Against the Aristotelians hy Peter Ramus
50
Ruminations on All and Everything hy Peter Russell
83
Clement of Alexandrias Letter to Theodore
99
On the Need
157
The Teaching Mission of Socrates hy Ignacio L Ghtz
259
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David Fideler holds a Ph.D. in philosophy and the history of science and cosmology. A recognized authority on the Pythagorean school, he is the editor of "The Pythagorean Sourcebook and Library"; author of "Jesus Christ, Sun of God"; translator of "Love's Alchemy"; and editor of the humanities journal "Alexandria".

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