4 edition of Heraclitean Fragments found in the catalog.
November 1980 by Univ of Alabama Pr (Tx) .
Written in English
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Fragments: The Collected Wisdom of Heraclitus (Greek) by Heraclitus (Author), Brooks Haxton (Translator), James Hillman (Foreword) & out of 5 stars 15 ratings.
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/5(15). Heraclitean Fragments: A Companion Study to the Heraclitus Seminar Hardcover – November 1, by John Sallis (Author), Kenneth Maly (Author)Author: John Sallis, Kenneth Maly. Heraclitus' FRAGMENTS come here in the original with a facing-page translation by Brooks Haxton that tries to do to the pre-Socratic philosopher what no earlier translator has done, make him a New-Ageish wisdom poet in tune with our modern needs/5.
T.M. Robinson's book on Heraclitus has its virtues. The translation is good. It often offers the original context in which a Heraclitean fragment was quoted by the ancient source/5(5). Only fragments of this work remain today many of which are quoted from other authors. Those fragments are presented here in a translation and with critical commentary by G.
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