The General Character Of The Postaristotelian

Efforts of Plato and Aristotle after System—Their Failure to attain Unity—New Effort to attain Unity by Abstraction— The Opposite Dogmatisms of the Stoics and Epicureans and r the Sceptic Inference—The Formal Inferiority of their Philosophies—Advance in the Content of their Thought—Their Concentration on the Practical Problem—Their Relation to the Minor Socratics—Their Individualism and Renunciation of Social Ethics—Their Religious Significance—Modern Character of their Problems, 31-54

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