Research paper on Democritus and atomism. Make clear argument. Use primary sources, and also contrast secondary source opinions. Here are some sources one could use: Primary: Taylor, C.C.W., The Atomists: Leucippus and Democritus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999) Overview for background info: Graham, D.W. & Curd, P. (Eds.) (2008). The Oxford handbook of Presocratic philosophy Oxford University Press, Oxford. Long, A.A. (Ed.) (1999). The Cambridge companion to early Greek philosophy Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Secondary: Andrew, Gregory, ‘Leucippus and Democritus on Like to Like and Ou Mallon’, Apeiron, 46 (2013): 446- 68. Baldes, R.W. (1978). Subjectivism and objectively true observation statements in Democritus. The Ancient World 1, 89-95. Curd, P. (2004). The legacy of Parmenides. Parmenides Publishing, Las Vegas (NV). Curd, P. (2001). Why Democritus was not a skeptic. In Essays in ancient Greek philosophy, (Ed, Preus, A.) State University of New York Press, New York, 149-169. Pancheri, L. (1975). Greek atomism and the one and the many. The Journal of the History of Philosophy 13, 139-144. Sedley, D. (1982). Two Conceptions of Vacuum. Phronesis 27(1-2), 175-193. Sedley, D. (2008). Atomism’s Eleatic roots. In Oxford handbook of Presocratic philosophy, Oxford University Press, Oxford, Taylor, C.C.W., The Atomists: Leucippus and Democritus (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999)
0 0 Favorite tutors Favorite tutors2021-10-18 16:44:262021-10-18 16:44:26Democritus say all perception is "by convention." What does he mean and why?