THE PHILOSOPHY OF LOGOS, VOL.I, ATHENS 1996, pp.208.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF LOGOS, VOL.II, ATHENS 1996, pp.242.
The articles included in the present volumes on the Philosophy of Logos represent a selection of the texts of the Papers that were submitted and presented at the Seventh International Conference on Greek Philosophy.
The papers deal with the genesis, the development, the nature, the kinds, and the pathology of Logos, from Pre-Socratic philosophy to the present. As such there are papers that examine the concept of Logos in Heraclitus, Parmenides, the Sophists, Plato, Aristotle, the Stoics, the Sceptics, Philo, Plotinus, the Church Fathers and Byzantine philosophers. References are made to the uses of the concept of Logos in modern philosophy as well.
In addition, there are other papers that deal with conceptual issues and examine the current aspects of meaning of Logos in the intellectual phases of contemporary culture.
Both volumes provide an as complete a picture as possible of the work currently carried out on the Philosophy of Logos.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF LOGOS, VOLUME I, ATHENS 1996, pp. 208.
- J. P. Anton,
- Aristotle on the nature of Logos.
- D. Baltzly,
- Platonic enchantments.
- E. M. Barker,
- Aristotle's Logic: Techne or episteme?
- G. Boger,
- Prior Analytics and Aristotle's commitment to Logos.
- K. Boudouris,
- The dialectic of Logos.
- G. Casertano,
- Die zweideutige Wirklichkeit der Rede im Peri tou me ontos des Gorgias.
- L. Couloubaritsis,
- Du Logos à l' informatique.
- D. W. Goldberg,
- The power of Logos.
- Kwon Chang-un,
- Aristotle's epagoge as Logos.
- Y. Lafrance,
- Le Logos présocratique dans le Parménide de Platon.
- S. N. Mouraviev,
- The hidden patterns of the Logos.
- Z. Perelmuter,
- The Logos of opinion and knowledge.
- R. Purtill,
- Logic and Logos.
- Th. M. Robinson,
- The self-expression of the real: Logos in Heraclitus, Plato and the author of the fourth Gospel.
- R. Roman,
- Logos and antilogos in Protagoras: The inexhaustibility of the truth field.
- S. Scolnicov,
- The private and public Logos: philosophy and the individual in Greek thought until Socrates.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF LOGOS,VOLUME II, ATHENS 1996, pp. 242.
- D. N. Blakeley,
- Stoic Logos and ecology.
- E. Bouratinos,
- Logos and contemporary science.
- R. M. Bragg,
- The foundation of homiletics. Contemporary experience in practical theology.
- L. Cherbakova Castle,
- The Logos in Russian philosophy.
- K. M. Dolgov,
- Genesis and synthesis of Logos and Sophia.
- S. Rossetti Favento,
- Logos: the sense of word and its use in ancient sources.
- J. D. Gericke,
- The new Logos theology of Heraclitus and its influence on later philosophical and Christian thought.
- F. P. Hager,
- Some problems of the Logos. Theology in Philo, Plotinus, Proclus and the Christian conception.
- K. Kalimtzis,
- The problem of Logos in Sextus Empiricus.
- A. P. Koumantos,
- Logos - Logoi - Logikoi according to Maximus the Confessor.
- P. J. Maritz,
- Logos expressions in early Christian and Byzantine philosophy and thought: Gregory of Nazianzus.
- J. S. O' Leary,
- Origen's metaphysical interpretation of the Johannine Logos.
- A. L. Pierris,
- Logos as ontological principle of reality.
- J. Reedy,
- Mythos, Logos and the birth of philosophy.
- J. G. T. Santos,
- Logos, Knowledge and the Forms in Plato.
- H. Shah,
- Logos in philosophy, religion and science.
- H. Tarrant,
- Logos and the development of middle Platonism.
- P. Thanassas,
- From the prehistory of Logos: Parmenidean being as "monon legomenon".
- R. Velardi,
- Logos and logismos : rhetoric, dialectic, geometry.
- H. Wagner,
- Logos and ratio in Roman and Byzantine sources of law.
- A. Zistakis,
- Logos and modernity: some remarks on Adorno's notion and critique of Logos.