I am trying to do some reading on the concept of 'logos' in Greek philosophy before the time of Philo of Alexandria. Every time I try to search for "Books about Logos" or even "Books about Greek Logos" I am flooded with books on how to design logos haha.

  • I would recommend primary sources. I think Apology by Plato might actually be the best place to warm up. Most of what you'll be able to find without more focus will descend from the Big 3 for which Apology is IMO the best entry point. Reading some Heraclitus should help you with some pre-Socratic perspectives. But, I think part of the issue is that you're roughly asking after a survey of all of Greek philosophy, post-Socrates and pre-Philo.
    – lmonninger
    Dec 31, 2021 at 21:13


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