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    The Greeks on Pleasure
    Review of Metaphysics 38 (3): 627-629. 1985.
    This work is a critical history of ancient Greek accounts of pleasure from the pre-Socratics down to Epicurus and the early Stoics. Four natural divisions may be distinguished: The pre-Platonic background containing the didactic tradition, the physiological tradition, and the evaluative accounts of Democritus, Socrates, and Aristippus; Plato's theory and its development; Aristotle's theory, including a discussion of the views of Speusippus and Eudoxus; and, the post-Aristotelian accounts of Epic…Read more
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    The Acratic Man and the Acratic State
    Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 57 (n/a): 44. 1983.
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    Method in the Nicomachean Ethics
    New Scholasticism 56 (2): 239-243. 1982.
  • Plato's Theory of Forms: A Critical Analysis
    Dissertation, University of Virginia. 1974.