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    Plato on the Nature of the Sudden Moment, and the Asymmetry of the Second Part of the Parmenides.Spyridon Rangos - 2014 - Dialogue 53 (3):538-574.
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    Empedocles on Divine Nature.Spyridon Rangos - 2012 - Revue de Métaphysique et de Morale 75 (3):315.
    L'objet de cet article est d'examiner l'ensemble des entités qui sont appelées divines dans le poème philosophique d'Empédocle. Il s'agit de se demander si ces entités aboutissent à une vision consistante de la divinité. On examine aussi la dialectique de la mortalité et de l'immortalité présente dans la pensée d'Empédocle. Dans la mesure où la moindre chose, y compris les vivants les plus instables, sont issus des principes divins, il y a un sens à dire que, dans le cosmos d'Empédocle, (...)
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  3. Falsity and the False in Aristotle's Metaphysics D.Spyridon Rangos - 2009 - Rhizai. A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 11:7-21.
    In Metaphysics Delta 29 Aristotle distinguishes three classes of falsity and three corresponding senses of the ‘false’. The paper examines Aristotle’s arguments from a close-reading perspective, and analyses the meaning of false ‘as a thing’ , the significance of Aristotle’s dispute with Antisthenes on the subject of contradiction and verbal falsehood, and Aristotle’s conception of the false person. By paying attention to the precise order of Aristotle’s presentation, the paper raises the question about the manner in which the three classes (...)
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  4. Latent meaning and manifest content in the Derveni Papyrus.Spyridon Rangos - 2007 - Rhizai. A Journal for Ancient Philosophy and Science 1:35-75.
    The present essay explores plausible affinities between the Orphic theogony embedded in the Derveni papyrus and its interpretation in the mode of physikē philosophia by the Derveni author. It focuses specifically on the relationship between latent meaning and manifest content in the text as a whole. The Derveni author’s complex techniques of allegorical exegesis and his mental makeup are the subject-matter of the firstpart. The ways in which he is influenced by, and diverges from, Heraclitus in a crucial column of (...)
     
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  5. Proclus on Poetic Mimesis, Symbolism and Truth.Spyridon Rangos - 1999 - Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 17:258.
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    Proclus and Artemis: On the Relevance of Neoplatonism to the Modern Study of Ancient Religion.Spyridon Rangos - 2000 - Kernos 13:47-84.