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The Commentaries Of Proclus On The Timaeus Of Plato, In Five Books: Containing A Treasury Of Pythagoric And Platonic Physiology, Volume 1; The Commentaries Of Proclus On The Timaeus Of Plato, In Five Books: Containing A Treasury Of Pythagoric And Platonic Physiology; Proclus
The author, 1820
Philosophy; History & Surveys; Ancient & Classical; Philosophy / History & Surveys / Ancient & Classical
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Helen S. Lang is Koeppel Professor of Classical Studies in the Department of Philosophy at Trinity College and author of "Aristotle s Physics and Its Medieval Varieties "(1992) and "The Order of Nature in Aristotle s Physics: Place and The Elements" (1998). A. D. Macro is Hobart Professor of Classical Languages in the Department of Classics at Trinity College.
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