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This section contains a list of references of the book Aëtiana. The original place of publication is first given, followed by brief additional comments. The book examines the origins of the doxographical method in the work of Aristotle and Theophrastus and also provides valuable insights into the works of other authors such as Epicurus, Chrysippus, Lucretius, Cicero, Philo of Alexandria and Seneca.

Keywords: Aristotle; doxography; Theophrastus

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