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Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume I: 1983 by Julia Annas1
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume III: 1985 by Julia Annas3
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume IV: A Festschrift for J.L. Ackrill, 1986 by Michael Woods4
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume V: 1987 by Julia Annas5
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Supplementary Volume 1988 by Julia AnnasSupplementary
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume VI: 1988 by Julia Annas6
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume VII: 1989 by Julia Annas7
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume VIII: 1990 by Julia Annas8
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume IX: 1991 by Julia Annas9
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Supplementary Volume 1992: Methods of Interpreting Plato and his Dialogues (Oxford by James C. KlaggeSupplementary
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume X: 1992 by Julia Annas10
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XI: 1993 by C. C. W. Taylor11
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XII: 1994 by C. C. W. Taylor12
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XIII: 1995 by C. C. W. Taylor13
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XV: 1997 by C. C. W. Taylor15
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XVI, 1998 (Vol 16) by C. C. W. Taylor16
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: v. 17 (Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy) by David Sedley17
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XIX: Winter 2000 (Vol 19) by David Sedley19
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XVIII by David Sedley18
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XXI: Winter 2001 by David Sedley21
Oxford studies in ancient philosophy. Vol. 22, Summer 2002 by David Sedley22
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XXVII: Winter 2004 by David Sedley27
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XXIX: Winter 2005 by David Sedley29
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XXVIII: Summer 2005 by David Sedley28
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XXXI: Winter 2006 by David Sedley31
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy XXXII: Summer 2007 by David Sedley32
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy XXXIII by David Sedley33
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume XXXIV by David Sedley34
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy volume 39 by Brad Inwood39
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy: Volume 38 by Brad Inwood38
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Volume 40: Essays in Memory of Michael Frede by James Allen40
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, Volume 41 by Brad Inwood41

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