The Stoic Tradition from Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: Stoicism in Christian Latin Thought Through the Sixth Century

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BRILL, 01.01.1990. - 459 страница
Volume one, Stoicism in classical Latin literature (09327-3), approaches its subject from the standpoint of intellectual history, examining how Stoicism was used by Roman thinkers, for what purposes, and how they correlated it with their other sources. Volume two, Stoicism in Christian Latin thought through the sixth century, (09328-1), focuses on how a particular Latin Christian author used Stoic ideas, to what ends, and how they were associated in his mind with the other doctrines he had to work with. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
 

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Historical Introduction
7
CICERO
61
Epistemology
79
160
194
THE EPIC POETS
225
HISTORIANS LESSER POETS SCHOLIASTS PEDA
290
Manilius
313
Rhetoricans Dialecticians and other Pedagogues
327
STOICISM IN Roman Law
341
The Development of Roman Jurisprudence
349
Conclusion
389
Bibliographical Addendum
439
Index of Names
450
Errata
458
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