Couprie, D. L. (2011). Heaven and Earth in Ancient Greek Cosmology. From Thales to Heraclides Ponticus. New York: Springer New York.
Article in Proceedings:
Kessler, E. (1988). „The Intellective Soul“. In: C. B. Schmitt, Q. Skinner, E. Kessler (eds.), The Cambridge history of Renaissance philosophy, Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, pp. 485-534.
Article in journal:
Bodnár, I. M. (1992). „Anaximander on the Stability of the Earth“. Phronesis 3, pp. 336–342.
Quotations are always put in a footnotThe entire bibliographic data is given at the end of the text. Footnotes do not use abbreviations „ibid.“.
To quote the Greek and Latin texts, the abbreviations are used, which are given in parentheses for the quoted passage; eg the passages from the Symposion dialog are quoted„(Symp. 191d1-e3)“
RULES FOR WRONGING WRITTEN WORDS
In the case of words taken over, these are already introduced foreign words, which are part of the Czech text and are continuously framed according to the corresponding Czech designs. For the correct inflection, the genitive (logos, logos, mimees) is decisive; in the case of confusion about the correct form of genitive or writing lengths, the same rule applies as in the case of own names. We do not use italics (italics) for the words that we take.
RULES FOR TRANSACTION FROM RINGS
THE CURRENCY OF LATIN PASSAGES OR EXPRESSIONS IS ALWAYS USED