How Philosophy Misuses Its Past
Joel M. Smith
Participation and Imitation in Plato’s Metaphysics
Carl G. Vaught
Episteme as Doxa in the Theaetetus
David J. DeMoss
Socrates and Abraham
George W. Harris
Medicine and the Patient-Physician Relationship in Ancient Greece
S. Kay Toombs
The Cratylus and How Words Are Used
James H. Ware
M. G. Yoes Jr.
Is the Concept of "Human Nature" Indispensable to Ethics?
Richard W. Eggerman
The Role of Pleasure in Aristotle’s Ethics
Aristotle on the Distinction Between Praxis and Poiesis
Perry C. Mason
Aristotle on the Predicate "Good"
Preferential Treatment and Compensatory Justice
Ruth Bradfute Heizer
What Is Practical Philosophy?
The Harm of Killing: An Epicurean Perspective
Stephen E. Rosenbaum
How the Hellenic Doctrine of Recurrence Became a Fable
Constructing the Concept of God
Houston A. Craighead
The Dream Argument: Pyrrhonian and Cartesian Skepticism
Scholarship and Citizenship in the Humanistic Tradition
James F. Veninga
Writings of William J. Kilgore