Rereading Ancient Philosophy

Series Editor: John Russon

Over the past two decades or more, the interpretation of the texts of the great philosophers of the ancient world—Plato and Aristotle primarily, but also other figures such as Heraclitus, Parmenides, or Plotinus—has been undergoing a revolution, as the methods and insights of European thought have been brought to bear on the study of ancient philosophy. Rereading Ancient Philosophy intends to consolidate and advance this growing domain of research, presenting new works or philosophical scholarship that draw upon the insights of contemporary European philosophy for the rereading of ancient philosophy.