Moses Finley (1912-1986) was one of the most widely read scholarly
historians and journalists of his age, having grown famous with The
World of Odysseus; and he exercised a transformative influence on
the study of the history of Greek and Roman antiquity. In this
centenary volume distinguished ancient historians and Americanists
analyse Finley's political and intellectual evolution, and attempt
to understand the paradoxes of the young leftist and victim of
McCarthyism whose work owes more to Weber than to Marx and of the
young Jewish scholar (Moses Finkelstein) who distanced himself from
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