Diogenes of Babylon on Who the Deity Is: Aëtius 1.7.8 Mansfeld–Runia Reconsidered

Classical Quarterly 72 (2):755-763 (2022)
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Abstract

In Aëtius 1.7.8 Mansfeld–Runia, Diogenes, Cleanthes and Oenopides are said to have maintained that the deity is the world-soul. However, the identity of the Diogenes whom the doxographer mentions here has long been a matter of scholarly dispute. In response to attempts to ascribe the doxa to Diogenes of Apollonia, this paper reassesses old arguments and proposes new considerations to argue that a fundamental aspect of Diogenes of Babylon's theology is at stake here.

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Teleologische weltbetrachtung bei Diogenes Von apollonia?Friedrich Hüffmeier - 1963 - Philologus: Zeitschrift für Antike Literatur Und Ihre Rezeption 107 (1-2):131-138.

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