ARISTOTLE FOR EVERYBODY $ 13.95
by Mortimer J Adler, 206 pgs, 8.2x5.5, Paper
The author instructs the world in the uncommon common sense of Aristotelian logic, presenting Aristotle's understanding in a current, delightfully lucid way. He brings Aristotle's work to an everyday level.
THE GREEK PHILOSOPHERS $ 13.00
by W. Guthrie, 168 pgs, Paper
This work is designed to provide an outline account of Greek philosophical thought down to and including Aristotle.
INTRODUCTION TO ARISTOTLE $ 18.25
introduction by R. McKeon, 712 pgs, 5x7.5, Cloth
The achievement of Aristotle can be discovered only by reading and rereading his works .... The Middle Ages may seem to have exaggerated in calling him The Philosopher, but the understanding of what he said is still an unparalleled introduction to philosophy.
LIGHT IN EXTENSION $ 12.95
by D. Godwin, 249 pgs, 6x9, Paper
This volume succeeds in making Classical Greek philosophy amusing and fun to read.
A NEW ARISTOTLE READER $ 17.95
edited by J.L. Ackrill, 580 pgs, 5.5x8.5, Paper
In a single volume that will be of service to philosophy students of all levels, this reader provides modern, accurate translations of the texts necessary for a careful study of most aspects of Aristotle's philosophy.
PROTAGORAS AND LOGOS $ 34.95
by E. Schiappa, 239 pgs, 6.2x9.3, Cloth
This volume is the first book-length effort in English to bring together in a meaningful synthesis the contributions and rhetoric of one of the earliest and most famous of the Sophists.
THE PYTHAGOREAN SOURCEBOOK AND LIBRARY $ 19.50
translated by K. Guthrie, 361 pgs, 6x9, Paper
This anthology, the largest collection of Pythagorean writings ever to appear in the English language, contains the four ancient biographies of Pythagoras and over 25 Pythagorean and Neo-Pythagorean writings.
TRAGEDY AND PHILOSOPHY $ 17.95
This book develops a bold poetics based on the author's critical reexamination
of the views of Plato, Aristotle, Hegel, and Nietzsche. Not only does this book reveal ancient Greek tragedy as surprisingly modern and experimental, but also recasts such concepts as mimesis and catharsis.
CRITICAL HUMANISM AS A PHILOSOPHY OF CULTURE: The Case of E. P.
Papanoutsos $ 10.00
by John Anton, Cloth, 56 pgs, Cloth
This volume is an introduction to the life and work of E. Papanoutsos, philosopher, critic and educator, and an inquiry into the confrontation with the cultural crisis of our time.
FIRE IN THE HEART $ 13.95
by Kyriacos C. Markides, 320 pgs, 5.1x7.8, Paper
In this third volume, Markides chronicles the intriguing lives & experiences of Daskalos and Kosta, whose teachings show that the lessons & shamanistic practices previously identified with Hinduism are also part of the Western tradition.
THE FOUR SEASONS OF GREEK PHILOSOPHY $ 9.50
by Maureen O’Sullivan, 240 pgs, 4.6x7.2, Paper
Warm and lucid, yet intolerent by hum-bug-O’Sullivan traces the birth of Greek Philosophy and its consequences for the World - commencing with Thales in the Milesian Spring - continuing through the Socratic Summer and the Platonic Autumn - up to the final culmination and death of the spirit of Greek Intellectualism with the Stoic Winter of Discontent and the Decline of the Greek Civilization. A brilliant analysis of those concepts and events which formed the basis of Western Thought.
HOMAGE TO THE SUN $ 10.90
by Kyriacos C. Markides, 272 pgs, 5.1x7.8, Paper
A continuation of the study begun by Markides in the Magus of Strovolos, this book delves in to the mysterious world of Daskalos, as he explains his ideas & outlines the ways in which one can embark on a path of knowledge & spiritual self realization.
THE MAGUS OF STROVOLOS $ 11.95
by Kyriacos C. Markides, 240 pgs, 5.1x7.8, Paper
From his exorcism of a Jewish girl haunted by Nazi ghosts to his theory of reincarnation, the Magus, who lives on the island of Cyprus, reveals the value of a personal philosophy that draws on many sources but is firmly based on a belief in "Holy Spirit".
RIDING WITH THE LION $ 24.95
by Kyriacos C. Markides, 384 pgs, 5.6x8.5, Cloth
Professor Markides returns to his quest for the nature of reality - searching within diverse sources of wisdom, and journeying from Maine to New York to London to Cyprus to ancient monasteries on the coast of Greece. This book will captivate those in search of an authentic Christian experience of the transcendent.