Lloyd, Sir Geoffrey Ernest Richard
LLOYD, Sir Geoffrey Ernest Richard
LLOYD, Sir Geoffrey Ernest Richard. British, b. 1933. Genres: Philosophy. Career: Cambridge University, Assistant Lecturer, 1965-67, Lecturer, 1967-74, Sr. Tutor of King's College, 1969-73, Reader, 1974-83, Professor of Ancient Philosophy and Science, 1983-2000, Master of Darwin College, 1989-2000. East Asian History of Science Trust, Chairman, 1992-2002. Publications: Polarity and Analogy: Two Types of Argumentation in Early Greek Thought, 1966; Aristotle: The Growth and Structure of His Thought, 1968; Early Greek Science: Thales to Aristotle, 1970; Greek Science after Aristotle, 1973; Magic, Reason and Experience, 1979; Science, Folklore and Ideology, 1983; Science and Morality in Greco-Roman Antiquity, 1985; The Revolutions of Wisdom, 1987; Demystifying Mentalities, 1990; Methods and Problems in Greek Science, 1991; Adversaries & Authorities, 1996; Aristotelian Explorations, 1996; Greek Thought, 2000; The Ambitions of Curiosity, 2002; (with N. Sivin) The Way and the Word, 2002. EDITOR: Hippocratic Writings, 1978; Aristotle on Mind and the Senses, 1978; (with J. Brunschwig) Le Savoir Grec, 1996. Address: Needham Research Institute, 8 Sylvester Rd, Cambridge CB3 9AF, England.