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Rivista internazionale di filosofia antica / International Journal for Ancient Philosophy.
Edited by Franco Trabattoni (Università degli Studi di Milano). The journal is publicated once a year with an extent of about 160 pages. Subscription 35.00 EUR plus mailing costs. ISSN 0327-0289.
There are few journals devoted exclusively to Greek and Roman philosophy. In consequence the large numbers of those wishing to publish or to read papers in such subjects find themselves frequently turning to general philosophical or classical journals. Since 1988, Buenos Aires has provided a new opportunity for Méthexis - 'participation' - in international discussion devoted specifically to Ancient Philosophy.
The steadily growing circulation of the journal will significantly enhance the usefulness of this valuable forum.
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