Classical Greek Philosophy

During the Hellenistic period (323–43 bc), classical Greek philosophy underwent a radical transformation. From being an essentially Greek product, it developed into a cosmopolitan and eclectic cultural movement in which Greek, Egyptian, Phoenician and other Near Eastern religious and ethical elements coalesced. This transformation is best symbolized by the role Alexandria played as the hub of diverse currents of thought making up the new philosophy.

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<a href="/book/trial-and-death-socrates-%283rd-edition%29">The Trial and Death of Socrates (...</a>
Plato, John Madison Cooper
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Cooper, John M.
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