Jacques Brunschwig

Jacques Brunschwig was Professor of Ancient Philosophy, Emeritus, at Paris-Sorbonne University.

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Cover: The Greek Pursuit of KnowledgeThe Greek Pursuit of KnowledgeBrunschwig, Jacques
Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R.
Porter, Catherine
PAPERBACK11/30/2003$35.00
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$35.00
Cover: Greek Thought: A Guide to Classical KnowledgeGreek Thought: A Guide to Classical KnowledgeBrunschwig, Jacques
Lloyd, Geoffrey E. R.
Porter, Catherine
HARDCOVER12/01/2000$92.00
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