The Lives of the Ancient Philosophers: Containing an Account of Their Several Sects, Doctrines, Actions, and Remarkable Sayings. Extracted from Diogenes Laertius, Causabon, Menagius, Stanley, Gassendus, Charleton, and Others, the Best Authors Upon that Subject. With an Appendix Containing the Lives of Several Later Philosophers Not Confined to Particular Sects; Taken from Eunapius. And an Account of the Women Philosophers, Written Originally in Latin by Aeg. Menagius to Madam Dacier. And an Introduction Representing the State of Learning and Philosophy in the Eastern Part of the World, Before it Flourished in Greece. Illustrated with Several Cutts
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