William Wall Fortenbaugh

William Wall Fortenbaugh is an American scholar and professor emeritus of Classics at Rutgers University. He is known for his work on ancient philosophy, particularly the philosophy of Aristotle. Fortenbaugh has contributed significantly to the field of classical studies with his research on Aristotelian ethics, psychology, and rhetoric. He has authored and edited numerous books and articles, making substantial contributions to our understanding of ancient Greek philosophy and its historical context.


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  1. 1. Theophrastus: His Psychological, Doxographical, and Scientific Writings

    This book is an extensive study of Theophrastus, a Greek philosopher and pupil of Aristotle, focusing on his psychological, doxographical, and scientific writings. The authors delve into his theories, ideas, and contributions to various fields, including biology, physics, metaphysics, and ethics. They also examine his influence on later philosophers and his role in the development of Greek philosophy. The book provides a comprehensive understanding of Theophrastus's works, making it a valuable resource for students and scholars of ancient philosophy.