The So-Called Eighth <i>Stromateus</i> by Clement of Alexandria: Early Christian reception of Greek scientific methodology
The so-called eighth Stromateus is a series of excerpts on inquiry, demonstration, scepticism, and causal theory, made or adopted by Clement of Alexandria. This book provides a translation and commentary of the text and a study of its origin and purpose.
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