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A significant two-fold development in recent classical scholarship has been a revival of interest in, and respect for, post-Aristotelian Greek philosophy and Cicero's contribution to our knowledge of it. Of Cicero's major works in this field the Tusculan disputations is perhaps the most approachable.
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A E Douglas was Professor of Latin at the University of Birmingham. His publications include editions of Cicero's Brutus (1966), Tusculan disputations 2 & 5 (1990) and various articles and reviews.
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