Ancient Philosophy, by Gordon H. Clark, The Trinity Foundation, 1997, 495 pp.
This book is valuable in that it reproduces otherwise difficult to find material. But it is a bit awkward in that in reproducing material from multiple early Clark books, it contains two sections of each the Pre-Socratics, Plato, Aristotle, and the Hellenistic Age.
Part I, pages 1 through 255 is reproduced from A History of Philosophy (1941) previously reviewed here.
Part II, A through D comes from articles Clark wrote for Zondervan’s Pictorial Encyclopedia of the Bible, A History of Philosophical Systems, ed. Vergilius Ferm, and the journal The New Scholasticism.
Part II, E is Clark’s dissertation, previously reviewed here.
F through K are published articles of Clark’s on Plotinus.
All of the material comes from the earlier years of Clark’s writing.
For the previous review in this series see here.
For the next review in this series see here.