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British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. Kerferd, George Briscoe. The sophistic movement. 1. Sophists (Greek philosophy). I. Title. ‘.1 B 80_ G. B. KERFERD. The Sophistic Movement. Cambridge University Press. Pp. vii + $ (hb), $ (pb). Professor Kerferd has given us a very useful. G. B. KERFERD: The Sophistic Movement. Pp. vii+ University Press, ? 14 (paper,?). In The Sophistic Movement Professor Kerferd initiates his.

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