By Br. Francis Maluf, M.I.C.M.
A study of the truths and errors found in the philosophic teachings of the ancient Greeks and other early pagan philosophers. True natural philosophy really found it's first and best expression among the civilization of the Greeks. Here you find not only a discussion of what is false among the pagans but also a clear delineation of what is true and useful to us today. It is important for us to have an appreciation of the most important contributions they made toward the rise of philosophia perennis. A firm knowledge of the history of philosophy is important to help us to avoid the errors of men in ages past.
File Size: 263 MB
Introductory Course, Logic, Cosmology, Psychology, Ethics, Greek Philosophy, Polemics, Epistemology, and Ontology
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