Geoffrey E. R. Lloyd

Geoffrey E. R. Lloyd is Emeritus Professor of Ancient Philosophy and Science at Needham Research Institute and was Master of Darwin College, University of Cambridge. He is the author of numerous works on the classical period, among them Early Greek Science: Thales to Aristotle; Greek Science after Aristotle; and Magic, Reason, and Experience: Studies in the Origin and Development of Greek Science.

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Cover: The Greek Pursuit of KnowledgeThe Greek Pursuit of KnowledgeBrunschwig, Jacques
Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R.
Porter, Catherine
PAPERBACK11/30/2003$34.00
Cover: A Guide to Greek Thought: Major Figures and TrendsA Guide to Greek Thought: Major Figures and TrendsBrunschwig, Jacques
Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R.
Porter, Catherine
PAPERBACK11/30/2003$34.00
Cover: Greek Thought: A Guide to Classical KnowledgeGreek Thought: A Guide to Classical KnowledgeBrunschwig, Jacques
Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R.
Porter, Catherine
HARDCOVER12/01/2000$89.50
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