PHILWEB BIBLIOGRAPHICAL ARCHIVE

THEORETICAL RESOURCES OFF- AND ON-LINE

CONTENTS


 

ANCIENT THOUGHT (c. 700 BCE - c. 300 CE)
PRE-SOCRATICS (c.650 - c.400 BCE)
SOPHISTS (5th CENTURY BCE)
SOCRATICS (5th CENTURY BCE)
HELLENISTIC, ROMAN AND LATE ANTIQUE PHILOSOPHY  (c.300 BCE - c.150 CE):
EPICUREANISM
NEOPLATONISM
PYRRHONISM
STOICISM


ASSOCIATIONS

Classical Studies:

Philosophy:

Historical Phases / Schools:

Topics:

  • Arts:

  • Communication:

  • Education:

  • History:

  • Human Being:

  • Knowledge:

  • Meta:

  • Morality:

  • Nature:

  • Religion:

  • Society:

CONFERENCES

2012:

  • Ancient Conceptions of Eudaimonia, Department of Philosophy, University of St. Andrews, May 12-13

  • First Canadian Colloquium for Ancient Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, University of Alberta, May 4–6

  • Truth, Falsehood and Deception in Ancient Philosophy, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, April 20-21

  • Twelfth Annual Independent Meeting, Ancient Philosophy Society, University of San Francisco, April 19-22

  • Third Biennial Conference, International Association for Presocratic Studies, Mérida, Yucatán, México, January 9-13

2011:

  • 29th Annual Meeting, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP) and Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS), Fordham University, October 21-23

  • Ancient Fallacies, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Durham, September 21-23

  • To Receive Is Never Neutral: a Multi-Disciplinary Workshop Towards an Ethics of Reception, University of Bristol, September 7-8

  • 9th Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Atlanta, June 22-26

  • Causation, Motion, and Change in Aristotelian Physical Science, Sixth Annual Marquette Summer Seminar in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Marquette University, June 20-22

  • Myth and Literature in Ancient Philosophy, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, April 15-16

  • Annual Meeting, Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy, University of York, April 7-8
  • Neoplatonism in the East -- Ex Oriente Lux, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Haifa University, March 22-25

  • 34th Annual Workshop in Ancient Philosophy, Department of Philosophy and Department of Classics, Washington University in St. Louis, March 4-5

  • Greek Paideia Revisited: Ancient Remedies, Contemporary Ills, Annual Conference, American Foundation for Greek Language and Culture, University of South Florida, February 25-26

2010:

  • Ancient Epistemology, Department of Philosophy, Queen's University Belfast, December 9-10

  • Workshop on Ancient Philosophy, Centre for the History of Philosophy (CHiPhi), University of York, November 5

  • 28th Annual Meeting, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP) and Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS), Fordham University, October 15-17

  • Greek Memories: Theory and Practice, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Durham, September 27-28

  • The Concept of Life in Late Ancient Philosophy, European Graduate School for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (EGSAMP), Cologne, September 24-25

  • Phenomenology and Ancient Greek Philosophy: Reappraisal and Renewal, Department of Philosophy and Social Studies, University of Crete, June 27-29

  • 8th Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Madrid, June 17-20

  • The Good Life and Conceptions of Life in Greek and Chinese Antiquity, Department of Philosophy, University of Glasgow, June 7-9

  • Art and Morality in Ancient Philosophy, Universite de Louvain, May 6-7

  • Xth Annual Meeting, Ancient Philosophy Society, Michigan State University, April 22-25

  • 33rd Ancient Philosophy Workshop, Joint Classics-Philosophy Graduate Programme in Ancient Philosophy, University of Texas, Austin, March 25-28

  • The Work of Julia Annas, Fifteenth Annual Arizona Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, University of Arizona, February 5-6

2009:

  • New Perspectives on Late Antiquity, Lucio Anneo Seneca Institute of Classical Studies, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid and Department of Ancient History, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Segovia, October 21-23

  • 27th Annual Meeting, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP) in conjunction with Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science (SSIPS), Fordham University, October 16-18

  • Annual Meeting, Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford, September 17-19
  • Aristoxenus Conference, DePauw University, September 10-12
  • 13th Conference, Fédération Internationale des Associations d’Etudes Classiques, Humboldt-Universitaet, August 24-29
  • Teleology in the Ancient World: the Dispensation of Nature, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Exeter, July 8-11
  • Communities and Networks in the Ancient Greek World, Department of Classics, Trinity College Dublin, July 6-9
  • Seventh Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Jesuit University of Philosophy and Education "Ignatianum," Krakow, Poland, June 18-21
  • Neo-Platonism and its Legacy, Annual Conference on Christian Philosophy, Franciscan University of Steubenville, April 24-25
  • Ninth Annual Independent Meeting, Ancient Philosophy Society, Loyola College in Maryland, April 23-26
  • Annual Conference, Northern Association of Ancient Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, April 6-7
  • Annual Meeting, Classical Association and Classical Association of Scotland, Department of Classics, University of Glasgow, April 3-6
  • Annual Conference, Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy, Newcastle University, April 2-3
  • Erôs in Ancient Greece, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, March 28-31
  • Critical Approaches to Ancient Philosophy, Institute of Greece, Rome and the Classical Tradition, University of Bristol, March 21-22
  • Life is a (Greek) Tragedy II, Finnish Institute at Athens, February 9-10
  • 32nd Ancient Philosophy Workshop in conjunction with the 5o Taller de Filosofia Antigua, Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM) and the Joint Classics-Philosophy Graduate Program in Ancient Philosophy of the University of Texas at Austin, March 4-6
  • ELEATICA 2008-2009 session, January 15-18

  • The Third Sophistic: New Approaches to Rhetoric in Late Antiquity, Society for Late Antiquity, American Philological Society, Philadelphia, January 9-11

2008:

  • Greeks, Romans, Africans, 9th UNISA Classics Colloquium, University of South Africa, Pretoria, October 23-25
  • Beauty, Harmony, and the Good, Seventh Conference of the Chicago Area Consortium in Ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy, October 3-4, 2008

  • Greek Philosophy: Metaphilosophical Aspects, Ninth International Bariloche Colloquium of Philosophy, Bariloche, Argentina, October 1-3
  • Fragmented Narrative: the Narratology of the Greek Letter, Department of Classics, University of Wales Lampeter, September 21–24

  • Annual Meeting, Southern Association for Ancient Philosophy, University of Cambridge, September 18-20

  • Plato in the Stoa: Plato's Legacy in Stoicism, School of Classics, University of St Andrews, September 6
  • Where the Wild Things Are: Inhuman Territories in Classical Antiquity, University of Reading, September 4-5
  • Approaches to Ancient Medicine, University of Reading, August 21-22
  • Perceptions of Polis Religion: Inside/Outside, Department of Classics, University of Reading, July 4-6
  • Classics (Especially Greek Literature) and the Cognitive Sciences, Open University, July 4-5

  • Orality, Literacy, Religion, Department of Classics, Radboud University Nijmegen, Programme in Ancient History, Utrecht University, and OIKOS (Dutch Research School in Classical Studies), July 2-6
  • Ionian Philosophy and Science, Inaugural Conference, International Association for Presocratic Studies, Brigham Young University, June 23–27

  • Time and Space in Early Greek Elegiac, Iambic and Lyric Poetry, Corpus Christi College, University of Oxford, June 20-21

  • Sixth Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Hotel Provincial, New Orleans, June 19-22
  • Tragedy and Archaic Greek Thought, School of History, Classics and Archaeology, University of Edinburgh,
    June 13-15
  • The Reception of Greek and Roman Drama, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, June 12-13
  • Valuing Others, 5th Penn-Leiden Colloquium on Ancient Values, University of Leiden, June 6-8
  • Self and Personality in Ancient Philosophy, Departement de Philosophie et de Sciences sociales, l'Universite de Crete, May 25-26
  • Classical Empires in Contemporary Culture, Institute of Classical Studies and Department of Greek and Latin, University College London, May 23
  • Insiders and Outsiders in Greece and Rome, University of Wales, May 17-18
  • Violent Commensality: Animal Sacrifice and its Discourses in the Ancient World, Department of Classics, University of Reading, May 11
  • Humans and Other Animals in the Ancient World, Leeds International Classics Seminar, University of Leeds, May 9
  • Rhetoric and Literary Genres in Ancient Greece and Rome, Classics Department, University of Athens, May 9
  • Personality and Power in Late Antiquity, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, April 18
  • Current Approaches to Religion in Ancient Greece, Swedish Institute at Athens and the British School at Athens, April 17-19
  • Unclassical Traditions: Alternatives to the Classical Past in Late Antiquity, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, April 16-17
  • Theory and Reception, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, April 24
  • Proxima Poetis: Ancient Historiography and the Imperial Latin Poets, Department of Classics, University of Virginia, April 11-12
  • Concepts of Pictorial Representation in the Hermeneutics of Greek Vase-Painting, Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Munich, April 9-11
  • Annual Meeting, Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy, Newcastle University, April 2-3
  • The World in One City, Annual Conference, Classical Association, University of Liverpool, March 27-30
  • Annual Conference, Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy, Leeds University, March 27-28
  • The Classical Sublime, Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge, March 14-15
  • 29th Conference, Australasian Society for Classical Studies, Classics Department, University of Canterbury, January 27-31

2007:

  • Knowledge and Universals in Plato and Aristotle, Department of History of Philosophy, University of Groningen, December 12
  • Post Hegelian German Philosophy and the Ancients, Department of Philosophy, Leiden University, December 10
  • The Roots of Idealism in Ancient Greek Philosophy, University of Edinburgh, November 16-18

  • The Gods of Ancient Greece: Identities and Transformations, School of History and Classics, University of Edinburgh, November 1-4
  • Annual Meeting, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy and Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science, Fordham University, October 19-21
  • Graeco-Aegyptica / Aegypto-Graeca: Interactions between Greece and Egypt, 700 BCE - 300 CE, Department of Classics, University of Reading, September 17-19
  • Greek Morphology between Typology and Diachrony, Seventh International Meeting, Greek Linguistics, University of Cagliari, September 13-15
  • Greek Drama and the Polis: New Work in Progress, School of Classics, University of St Andrews, September 13
  • Why Athens?  Reappraising Tragic Politics, Department of Classics, University of Reading, September 10-11
  • The Ancient Novel and its Reception of Earlier Literature, a KYKNOS Conference, University College Cork, August 29-31
  • Lies and Metafiction in Ancient Narrative, Kyknos: Centre for Research on Ancient Narrative Literature, University of Wales, Swansea, University of Wales, Lampeter, and University of Exeter, July 14-16

  • Greek Drama IV, Victoria University of Wellington, July 3-6
  • Universal Historiography in Greece and Rome, University of Manchester, June 21-22
  • Both One and Not One, Fifth Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Department of Philosophy, University of Helsinki, June 14-17
  • Migrations, Department of Classics, University of Reading, and the Classical Reception Studies Network, April 27
  • Annual Conference, Classical Association, Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham, April 12-15
  • Seventh Annual Meeting, Ancient Philosophy Society, Boston College, April 12-14

  • The Classical Model of Science: the Axiomatic Method, the Order of Concepts and the Hierarchy of Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, January 11-13

2006:

  • Annual Colloquium in Classical Philosophy, Princeton University, December 2-3

  • Philosophy and Religion in Ancient Greece, Northwestern University, November 3-4

  • Ancient and Medieval Philosophy 2006, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University, October 20-22

  • Annual Meeting, Southern Association of Ancient Philosophy, University of Cambridge, September 14-16

  • Diasporas and Identities in the Ancient Mediterranean World, PORTUS: Liverpool Classics Research Seminar, School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, University of Liverpool, September-December

  • Exchange in Classical Antiquity: Gifts, Ransoms, Dowries, Bribes, Seventh UNISA Classics Colloquium, Department of Classics, University of South Africa, Pretoria, August 3-5

  • Pagan Monotheism in the Roman Empire (1st-4th century AD), Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Exeter, July 17-20

  • Dios y el cosmos en la filosofía estoica, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM), July 3-5

  • Fourth Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Universitéde Laval, Quebec City, June 26-29

  • KAKOS: Badness and Anti-Value in Classical Antiquity, Fourth Penn-Leiden Colloquia on Ancient Values, University of Pennsylvania, June 1-3

  • Sixth Annual Meeting, Ancient Philosophy Society, DePaul University, April 20-22

  • 2006 Meeting, Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy (NAAP), Department of Philosophy, University of St Andrews, March 30-31

  • Creating a Hellenistic World, Department of Classics, University of Edinburgh, February 24-26

2005:

  • Hegemony and Cornucopia: Classical Scholarship and the Ideology of Imperialism, Department of Classics, University of Nottingham, December 10

  • 23rd International Conference on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University, October 14-16

  • Living in Antiquity: Jews, Greeks, and Christians, Core Humanities Program, Villanova University, October 5-7

  • Galen and the World of Knowledge, Dept of Classics and Ancient History, University of Exeter, July 18-21

  • Third Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, New Orleans, June 22-26

  • LOGOS: Rational Argument in Classical Rhetoric, Department of Classics, Royal Holloway College, University of London, June 1

  • Ethics, Politics, Criminality: Perspectives from Greek Philosophy and Africa, South African Society for Greek Philosophy and the Humanities, University of Pretoria and University of South Africa, May 4-6

  • Discovery of the Alexandrian Philosophy School of the 6th Century by Polish Archaeologists, 2004, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, April 18-19

  • Fifth Annual Conference, Ancient Philosophy Society, Department of Philosophy, University of Oregon, April 14-16

  • Annual Meeting, Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy, St. John's College, University of Durham, April 13-14

  • Humans and Animals in Antiquity: Boundaries and Transgressions, Universität Rostock, April 8-10

  • Prime Giornate di Studio sulla Letteratura Socratica Antica, Dipartimento di Filosofia dell'Università di Perugia, in collaborazione con l'Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici di Napoli, Senigallia, February 17-19

  • XXVI Conference, Australasian Society for Classical Studies Conference, Department of Classics, University of Otago, New Zealand, January 31-February 2

2004:

  • Y-a-t-il des vertus intellectuelles?  Réponses antiques et médievales, Départements de Philosophie des Universités Nancy 2 et Strasbourg II et les Archives Poincaré, Décembre 2

  • Annual Conference, Australasian Society for Ancient Philosophy, Queens College, University of Melbourne, November 16-17, 2004

  • Y-a-t-il des vertus intellectuelles?  Réponses contemporaines, Départements de Philosophie des Universités Nancy 2 et Strasbourg II et les Archives Poincaré, Octobre 2

  • International Conference on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Department of Philosophy, Fordham University, October 22-24

  • Neoplatonismo pagano vs. Neoplatonismo cristiano: Identità e intersezioni, Cattedre di Storia della Filosofia Antica e Medievale, Università degli Studi di Catania, Settembre 24-25

  • II Symposium Praesocraticum, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Settembre 16-18

  • Post-Hellenistic Philosophy, Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, July 19-23

  • Second Annual Conference, International Society for Neoplatonic Studies, Department of Philosophy, University of Liverpool, UK, June 24-27

  • Journee Platonicienne 2004, Canada Society of Neoplatonic Studies / Association Canadienne des Etudes Neoplatoniciennes, ACFAS, Universite de Montréal, Mai 11

  • Ancient Paths / Modern Journeys: Reading the Past through the Present, California State University, Hayward, May 7

  • Le Stoïcisme: de la physique à l'éthique, Ecole doctorale lettres, Université Lyon 3, Avril 29

  • Fourth Annual Conference, Ancient Philosophy Society, Department of Philosophy, Pennsylvania State University, April 16-18

  • Annual Meeting, Northern Association of Ancient Philosophy, Department of Classics, University of Newcastle, April 6-7

2003:

2002:

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2001:

  •  

2000:

  •  

Annual:

  • Ancient Philosophy in London:

  • Annual Meeting, Ancient Philosophy Society

  • Annual Meeting, Arizona Colloqiuium in Ancient Philosophy, University of Arizona

  • Annual Meeting, Classical Association of Canada

  • Annual Meeting, CRATA: Les Stoïciens: questions philosophiques et littéraires, Université de Toulouse 2

COURSES

Classical Studies:

Philosophy:

Historical Phases / Schools:

Topics:

JOURNALS

Classical Studies:

Philosophy:

Historical Phases / Schools:

Topics:

PERSONS

Pre-Socratics:

Sophists:

  • Gorgias (c.483 - c.376 BCE)

  • Protagoras (c.481 - c.411 BCE)

  • Prodicus of Ceos (c.465 - c.415 BCE)

  • Thrasymachus (c. 459 - c.400 BCE)

  • Antiphon (5th Century BCE)

  • Callicles (5th Century BCE)

  • Corax of Syracuse (5th Century BCE)

  • Cratylus (5th Century BCE)

  • Hippias (5th Century BCE)

  • Tisias (5th Century BCE)

Socratics:

Hellenistic, Roman and Late Antique Thinkers:

Topics:

SOURCES: PRIMARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • Classical Studies:
    • Philosophy:
      • Allen, Reginald E., ed.  Greek Philosophy: Thales to Aristotle.  New York: Free Press, 1991.
      • Annas, Julia, ed.  Voices of Ancient Philosophy: an Introductory Reader.  Oxford: OUP, 2001.
      • Baird, Forrest, ed.  Ancient Philosophy.  Vol. 1 of Philosophic Classics.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1994.
      • Cohen, S. Marc, Patricia Curd, and C. D. C. Reeve, eds.  Readings in Ancient Greek Philosophy: from Thales to Aristotle.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 1995.
      • Irwin, Terence, ed.  Classical Philosophy.  Oxford: OUP, 1999.
      • Smith, Nicholas, Fritz Allhoff, and Anand Jayprakash Vaidya, eds.  Ancient Philosophy: Essential Readings with Commentary.  Oxford: Blackwell, .
    • Historical Phases / Schools:

      • Pre-Socratics:

        • Barnes, Jonathan, ed.  Early Greek Philosophy.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1987.  Rev. Ed.  2002.
        • Burnet, John.  Early Greek Philosophy.  1892.  Rpt. New York: Meridian, 1957.

        • Curd, Patricia, and Richard D. McKirahan, eds.  A Presocratics Reader.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 1996.
        • Diels, Hermann, ed.  Die Fragmente der Vorsokratiker.  Berlin: Weidmann, 1903.  Rpt. 6 times up to 1952.
          • Ancilla to the Pre-Socratic Philosophers: a Complete Translation of the Fragments in Diels, Fragmente der Vorsokratiker.  Trans. Kathleen Freeman.  Oxford: Blackwell, 1947.  Rpt. 1983.
        • Graham, Daniel W., ed. and trans.  The Texts of Early Greek Philosophy: the Complete Fragments and Selected Testimonies of the Major Presocratics.  2 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 2010.

        • Kirk, G. S., and J. E. Raven.  The Presocratic Philosophers: a Critical History with a Selection of Texts.  Cambridge: CUP, 1957.  Rev. ed. by G. S. Kirk, J. E. Raven, and Malcolm Schofield.  1983. 

        • McKirahan, Richard D., ed.  Philosophy Before Socrates: an Introduction With Text and Commentary.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 1994.
        • Waterfield, Robin, ed.  The First Philosophers: the Presocratics and the Sophists.  Oxford: OUP, 2000.
        • Wheelwright, Philip, ed.  The Pre-Socratics.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1966.
      • Sophists:

        • Dillon, John, and Tania Gergel, eds.  The Greek Sophists.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2003.
        • Gagarin, Michael, and Paul Woodruff, eds.  Early Greek Political Thought from Homer to the Sophists.  1995.
        • Sprague, Rosamund Kent, ed.  The Older Sophists: a Complete Translation by Several Hands.  Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 1972.  Rpt. 1990.
        • Waterfield, Robin, ed.  The First Philosophers: the Presocratics and the Sophists.  Oxford: OUP, 2000.
      • Socratics:
      • Hellenistic, Roman and Late Antique Philosophy:

        • General:
          • Gerson, Lloyd P., ed.  Cambridge History of Philosophy in Late Antiquity.  2 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 2010.
          • Inwood, Brad, and L. P. Gerson, eds.  Hellenistic Philosophy: Introductory Readings.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 1988. 
          • Long, A. A., and D. N. Sedley, eds.  The Hellenistic Philosophers.  2 vols.  Cambridge: CUP.
            • Greek and Latin Texts with Notes and Bibliography.  Vol. 2.  1989.
            • Translations of the Principal Sources with Philosophical Commentary.  Vol. 1.  1987.
          • Saunders, Jason L., ed.  Greek and Roman Philosophy after Aristotle.  New York: Free Press, 1997.
        • Pyrrhonism:

          • Annas, Julia, and Barnes, Jonathan, eds.  The Modes of Scepticism: Ancient Texts and Modern Interpretations.  Cambridge: CUP, 1985.

        • Epicureanism:

          •  

        • Stoicism:

          • Von Arnim, Hans, ed.  Stoicorum Veterum Fragmenta.  Leipzig, 1903-5.

        • Neoplatonism:

          • Dillon, John and Lloyd P. Gerson, eds.  Neoplatonic Philosophy: Introductory Readings.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 2004.

          • Dillon, John, ed.  The Middle Platonists.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1977.
          • Gregory, J., ed.  The Neoplatonists: a ReaderLondon: Routledge, 1999.
    • Topics:
      • Arts:

        • Literature:

          • Reardon, B. P., ed.  Collected Ancient Greek Novels.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2008.

        • Literary Theory:

          • Dorsch, T. S., ed. and trans.  Classical Literary Criticism.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965.
          • Laird, Andrew, ed.  Oxford Readings in Ancient Literary CriticismOxford: OUP, 2006.

          • Preminger, Alex, O. B. Hardison, and Kevin Kerrane, eds.  Classical and Medieval Literary Criticism: Translations and Interpretations.  New York: Frederick Ungar, 1971.
          • Russell, D. A., and M. Winterbottom, eds.  Ancient Literary Criticism: the Principle Texts in New Translations.  Oxford: OUP, 1972.
      • Communication:

        • Rhetoric:

          • Benson, Thomas W., and Michael H. Prosser, eds.  Readings in Classical Rhetoric.  Boston: Allwyn and Bacon, 1969; 2nd Ed. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1972; 3rd Ed. Davis, CA: Hermagoras, 1988.
          • Lipson, Carol S., and Roberta A. Binkley, eds.  Ancient Non-Greek Rhetorics.  West
            Lafayette, IN: Parlor, 2009.

          • Lipson, Carol S., and Roberta A. Binkley, eds.  Rhetoric Before and Beyond the Greeks.  Albany: SUNY Press, 2004.

          • Matsen, Patricia P., ed.  Readings from Classical Rhetoric.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1990.

          • Williams, James Dale, ed.  An Introduction to Classical Rhetoric: Essential Readings.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2009.

      • Education:

      • History:

      • Human Being:

      • Knowledge:

      • Meta:

      • Morality:

      • Nature:

      • Religion:

      • Society:

        • Gagarin, Michael, and Paul Woodruff, eds.  Early Greek Political Thought from Homer to the Sophists.  1995.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Classical Studies:
    • Philosophy:

    • Historical Phases / Schools:

      • Pre-Socratics:

        •  

      • Sophists:

        • Anon.  "Dissoi Logoi or Dialexeis."  c.403-395 BCE.

          • The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  47-55.

          • The Older Sophists: a Complete Translation by Several Hands.  Ed. Rosamund Kent Sprague.  Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 1972.  Rpt. 1990.  279-293.

      • Socratics:

        •  

      • Hellenistic, Roman and Late Antique Philosophy:

        • General:
          • Aristocles of Messene.  Aristocles of Messene: Testimonia and Fragments.  Ed. Maria Lorenza Chiesara.  Oxford: OUP, 2001.
          • Diogenes Laertius.  Lives of Eminent Philosophers.  2 Vols.  Trans. R. D. Hicks.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1925.
          • Eusebius.  The History of the Church.  Trans. G. A. Williamson.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965.
          • Eusebius.  Preparation for the Gospel.  2 vols.  Trans. Edwin Hamilton Gifford.  Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, 1981.  [Rpt. of the 1903 Clarendon edition]
          • Lactantius.  Divinae Institutiones.  Trans. Sister M. F. McDonald.  Fathers of the Church.  Vol. 49.  Washington: Catholic U of America P, 1964.
          • Origen of Alexandria.  "Commentary on John."  The Ante-Nicene Fathers.  Vol. X.  Eerdmans, 1979.
          • Origen of Alexandria.  "On First Principles [De Principiis]." The Ante-Nicene Fathers.  Vol. IV.  Eerdmans 1979.
          • Philo of Alexandria.  "On the Creation of the World [De Opificio Mundi]."  Trans. F. H. Colson and G. H. Whitaker.  Vol. 1 of The Loeb Classical Library edition of Philo.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1929.
          • Proclus.  Lost Fragments of Proclus.  Trans. T. Taylor.  Wizards Bookshelf, 1988.
          • Proclus.  Ten Doubts Concerning Providence, and On the Subsistence of Evil.  Trans. T. Taylor.  Ares, 1980.
        • Pyrrhonism:

          •  

        • Epicureanism:

          •  

        • Stoicism:

          •  

        • Neoplatonism:

          •  

    • Topics:

      • Arts:

        • Literature:

        • Literary Theory:

      • Communication:

        • Rhetoric:

          • Anon.  Ad G. Herennium: De Ratione Dicendi (Rhetorica ad Herennium).  c.84 BCE.

            • Rhetorica ad Herennium.  Trans. Harry Caplan.  Loeb Classical Library.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1954.

              • Book IV.  The Rhetorical Tradition: Readings from Classical Times to the Present.  Ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg.  New York: Bedford, 2000.  243-282.

          • Hermogenes.  Peri Ideon.  155-255 CE.

            • On Style.

      • Education:

      • History:

      • Human Being:

      • Knowledge:

      • Meta:

      • Morality:

      • Nature:

      • Religion:

      • Society:

On-Line:

SOURCES: SECONDARY

Off-Line:

  • Anthologies:

    • Socio-Historical Context:
    • Classical Studies:

      • Loraux, Nicole, Gregory Nagy, Laura M. Slatkin, eds.  Antiquities.  Vol. 3 of Postwar French Thought.  Trans. Arthur Goldhammer.  New York: New Press, 2001.

      • Woodard, Roger D., ed.  Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology.  Cambridge: CUP, .

    • Philosophy:

      • Bobonich, Christopher, and Pierre Destrée, eds.  Akrasia in Greek Philosophy: from Socrates to Plotinus.  Leiden: Brill, 2007.

      • Desmond, William.  Cynics.  Chesham: Acumen, 2008.

      • Furley, David, ed.  From Aristotle to Augustine.  Vol. 2 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1999.

      • Gill, Mary Louise, and Pierre Pellegrin, eds.  A Companion to Ancient Philosophy.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2008.

      • Sedley, David, ed.  Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 2003.

      • Shields, Christopher, ed.  Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.

      • Taylor, C. C. W., ed.  From the Beginning to Plato.  Vol. 1 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1997.
    • Historical Phases / Schools:

      • Pre-Socratics:

        • Long, A. A., ed.  Cambridge Companion to Early Greek Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 1999.

      • Sophists:

        • Cassin, Barbara, ed.  Le Plaisir de parler: Etudes de sophistique comparée.  Paris: Minuit, 1986.

        • Cassin, Barbara, ed.  Positions de la sophistique.  Paris: Vrin, 1986.

        • Jarrett, James L., ed.  The Educational Theories of the Sophists.  Columbia: Teachers College Press, 1969.

        • Kerferd, George B., ed.  The Sophists and their Legacy.  Wiesbaden: Franz Steiner, 1981.

        • O'Grady, Patricia, ed.  The Sophists: an Introduction.  London: Duckworth, 2008.
      • Socratics:

      • Hellenistic, Roman and Late Antique Philosophy:

        • General:

          • Algra, Keimpe, Jonathan Barnes, Jaap Mansfeld and Malcolm Schofield, eds.  Cambridge History of Hellenistic Philosophy. Cambridge: CUP, 1999.

          • Armstrong, A. H., ed.  Cambridge History of Later Greek and Early Medieval Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 1967.
          • Furley, David, ed.  From Aristotle to Augustine.  Vol. 2 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1999.
          • Gerson, Lloyd P., ed.  Cambridge History of Philosophy in Late Antiquity.  2 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 2011.

          • Sedley, David, ed.  Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 2003.

        • Pyrrhonism:
          • Burnyeat, Myles, and Michael Frede, eds.  The Original Sceptics: a Controversy.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 1998.
          • Burnyeat, Myles, ed.  The Skeptical Tradition.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1983.
        • Epicureanism:
          • Warren, James, ed.  Cambridge Companion to Epicureanism.  Cambridge: CUP, 2009.
        • Stoicism:
          • Inwood, Brad, ed.  Cambridge Companion to the Stoics.  Cambridge: CUP, 2003.
          • Long, A. A. ed.  Problems in Stoicism.  London: , 1971.
          • Strange, Steven K., and Jack Zupko, eds.  Stoicism: Traditions and Transformations.  Cambridge: CUP, 2004.
        • Neoplatonism:
    • Topics:

      • Arts:

        • Bychkov, Oleg V., and Anne Sheppard, eds. and trans.  Greek and Roman AestheticsCambridge: CUP, 2010.
        • Literature:

          • Goldhill, Simon, ed.  The End of Dialogue in Antiquity.  Cambridge: CUP, 2008.

          • Goldhill, Simon, and Robin Osborne, eds.  Performance Culture and Athenian Democracy.  Cambridge: CUP, 2004.

          • Halperin, David, John J. Winkler, and Froma I. Zeitlin, eds.  Before Sexuality: Structures of Erotic Experience in the Ancient Greek World.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1990.

          • Hardwick, Lorna, and Christopher Stray, eds.  Blackwell Companion to Classical Receptions.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2008.
          • de Jong, I. J. F., and R. Nuenlist, eds.  Time in Ancient Greek Literature: Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative.  2 Vols.  Leiden: Brill, 2007.
          • Scourfield, J. H. D., ed.  Texts and Culture in Late Antiquity: Inheritance, Authority, and Change.  Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, 2007.
          • Taplin, Oliver, ed.  Literature in the Greek and Roman Worlds: a New Perspective.  Oxford: OUP, 2000.
          • Wians, William, ed.  Logos and Muthos: Philosophical Essays in Greek LiteratureAlbany: SUNY Press, 2009.
          • Winkler, John J., and Froma I. Zeitlin, eds.  Nothing to Do With Dionysos: Athenian Drama in its Social Context.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1992.

        • Literary Theory:

          • Kennedy, George A., ed.  Classical Criticism.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  Cambridge: CUP, 1989.

          • Russell, D. A., ed.  Criticism in Antiquity.  London: Duckworth, 1981.

      • Communication:

        • Frede, Dorothea, and Brad Inwood, eds.  Language and Learning: Philosophy of Language in the Hellenistic Age.  Cambridge: CUP, 2005.

        • Johnstone, Christophe Lyle.  Listening to the Logos: Speech and the Coming of Wisdom in Ancient Greece.   Columbia:  U of South Carolina P, 2009.

        • Rhetoric:

          • Ballif, Michelle, and Michael G. Moran, eds.  Classical Rhetoric and Rhetoricians: Critical Studies and Sources.  Westport, CT: Praeger, 2005.
          • Dominik, William, and Jon Hall, eds.  A Companion to Roman Rhetoric.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2010.
          • Murphy, James J., Richard A. Katula, Forbes I. Hill, and Donovan J. Ochs, eds.  A Synoptic History of Classical Rhetoric.  Davis, CA:  Hermagoras, 1983.  2nd Ed. 1995.  3rd Ed. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2003.
          • Porter, Stanley E., ed.  Handbook of Classical Rhetoric in the Hellenistic Period, 330 BC- AD 400.  Leiden: Brill, 1997.
          • Schiappa, Edward, ed.  Landmark Essays on Classical Greek Rhetoric.  Davis, CA: Hermagoras, 1994.
          • Worthington, Ian, ed.  A Companion to Greek Rhetoric.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2007.
      • Education:

      • History:

        • Marincola, John, ed.  A Companion to Greek and Roman Historiography 2 Vols.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2007.
        • Pigon, Jakub, ed.  The Children of Herodotus: Greek and Roman Historiography and Related Genres.  Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2009.
      • Human Being:

        • Brakke, David, Michael Satlow, and Steven Weitzman, eds.  Religion and the Self in Antiquity.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2006.

        • Braund, Susanna, and Glenn Most, eds.  Ancient Anger: Perspectives from Homer to GalenCambridge: CUP, 2003.
        • Braund, Susanna, and Christopher Gill, eds.  The Passions in Roman Thought and LiteratureCambridge: CUP, 1997.
        • Konstan, David, and Keith Rutter, eds.  Envy, Spite and Jealousy: the Rivalrous Emotions in Ancient Greece.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2003.
        • Sihvola, Juha, and Troels Engberg-Pedersen, eds.  The Emotions in Hellenistic PhilosophyDordrecht: Kluwer, 1998.
      • Knowledge:

        • Bett, Richard, ed.  Cambridge Companion to Ancient Scepticism.  Cambridge: CUP, 2010.

        • König, Jason, and Tim Whitmarsh, eds.  Ordering Knowledge in the Roman Empire.  Cambridge: CUP, 2007.

        • Schofield, Malcolm, Myles Burnyeat, and Jonathan Barnes, eds.  Doubt and Dogmatism: Studies in Hellenistic Epistemology.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1980.

      • Meta:

      • Morality:

        • Schofield, Malcolm, and Gisela Striker, eds.  The Norms of Nature.  Cambridge: CUP, 1986.

      • Nature:

      • Religion:

        • Brakke, David, Michael Satlow, and Steven Weitzman, eds.  Religion and the Self in Antiquity.  Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2006.

      • Society:

        • Detienne, Marcel, Louis Gernet, and Jean-Pierre Vernant, eds.  L'Anthropologie de la Grèce Antique.  Paris: Maspero, 1968.

          • The Anthropology of Ancient Greece.  Trans. John Hamilton and Blaise Nagy.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1981.

        • Goldhill, Simon, and Robin Osborne, eds.  Rethinking Revolutions through Ancient Greece. Cambridge: CUP, 2006.
        • Rowe, Christopher, and Malcolm Schofield, eds.  Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Political Thought.  Cambridge: CUP, 2000.

        • Salkever, Stephen, ed.  Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Political Thought.  Cambridge: CUP, 2009.

  • Selected Individual Works:

    • Socio-Historical Context:
      • Fox, Robin Lane.  The Classical World: an Epic History from Homer to Hadrian.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 2005.
      • Freeman, Charles.  Egypt, Greece and Rome.  Oxford: OUP, 1996.
      • Green, P.  Alexander to Actium.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1990.
      • Hanson, Victor Davis.  The Other Greeks: the Family Farm and the Agrarian Roots of Western Civilization.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2000.
      • Seaford, Richard.  Money and the Early Greek Mind: Homer, Tragedy, and Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 2004.
    • Classical Studies:

      • Osborne, Robin.  "The Polis and its Culture."  From the Beginning to Plato.  Ed. C. C. W. Taylor.  Vol. 1 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1997.  9-46.

      • Shapiro, H. A., ed.  Cambridge Companion to Archaic Greece.  Cambridge: CUP, 2007.

    • Philosophy:

      • Copleston, Frederick C.  Greece and Rome.  Vol. 1 of A History of PhilosophyNew York: Newman, 1946.
      • Cornford, Francis Macdonald.  Before and After Socrates.  Cambridge: CUP, 1932.

      • Griffith, R. Drew, and Robert B. Marks.  A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Agora: Ancient Greek and Roman Humour.  Kingston:  Legacy Books, 2007.
      • Guthrie, W. K. C.  The Greeks and their Gods.  Boston: Beacon, 1985.
      • Guthrie, W. K. C.  Greek Philosophers.  New York: Perennial, 1960.
      • Guthrie, W. K. C.  History of Greek Philosophy.  6 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 1962-1981.
        • Aristotle: an Encounter.  Vol. 6.  1981.
        • The Later Plato and the Academy.  Vol. 5.  1978.
        • Plato: the Man and his Dialogues -- Earlier Period .  Vol. 4.  1975.
        • Socrates.  Vol. 3 Part II.  1969.
        • The Sophists.  Vol. 3 Part I.  1969.
        • The Presocratic Tradition from Parmenides to Democritus.  Vol. 2.  1965.
        • The Earlier Presocratics and the Pythagoreans.  Vol. 1.  1962.
      • Hadot, Pierre.  Etudes de philosophie ancienne.  Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1998.
      • Hadot, Pierre.  Qu'est-ce que la philosophie antique?.  Paris, Gallimard, 1995.
        • What is Ancient Philosophy?  Cambridge: Belknap, 2002.
      • Hadot, Pierre.  Exercices spirituels et philosophie antique.  Paris: Etudes Augustiniennes, 1981.  Rpt. Paris: Albin Michel, 2002.
      • Irwin, Terence.  Classical ThoughtVol. 1 of Oxford History of PhilosophyOxford: OUP, 1989.
      • Johanssen, Karsten Friis.  A History of Ancient Philosophy: from the Beginnings to Augustine.  London: Routledge, 1991.
      • Kenny, Anthony.  Ancient Philosophy.  Vol. 1 of A New History of Western Philosophy.  4 Vols.  Oxford: OUP, 2004.
      • Martin, M. G. F., et al.  "Greek Philosophy."  Philosophy Study Guide.  London: Aristotelian Society, 1997.  59-63.
      • Miller, Patrick Lee.  Becoming God: Pure Reason in Early Greek Philosophy.  London: Continuum, 2011.
      • O'Grady, Patricia F.  Meet the Philosophers of Ancient Greece: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Ancient Greek Philosophy But Didn't Know Who to Ask.  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005.
      • Onians, R.  The Origins of European Thought: about the Body, the Mind, the Soul, the World, Time and Fate.  Cambridge: CUP, 1951.
      • Peter, F. E.  Greek Philosophical Terms.  New York: New York UP, 1967.
      • Rhees, Rush.  In Dialogue with the Greeks.  Ed. D. Z. Phillips.  Aldershot: Ashgate, 2004.
        • Plato and Dialectic.  Vol. 2. 
        • The PreSocratics and Reality.  Vol. 1. 
      • Shields, Christopher.  Classical Philosophy: a Contemporary Introduction.  London: Routledge, 2003.
      • Taylor, C. C. W., R. M. Hare, and Jonathan Barnes.  Greek Philosophers: Socrates, Plato, Aristotle.  Oxford: OUP, 1999.
      • Vlastos, Gregory.  Studies in Greek Philosophy.  2 Vols.  Ed. Daniel W. Graham.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1996.
    • Historical Phases / Schools:

      • Pre-Socratics:

        • Barnes, Jonathan.  The Presocratic Philosophers.  2 Vols. London: Routledge, 1979.  One-volume edition, 1982.
        • Boudoris, K.  Ionian Philosophy.  Athens: International Society for Greek Philosophy, 1989.

        • Cornford, Francis Macdonald.  From Religion to Philosophy.  London: Edwin Arnold, 1912.  Rpt. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1991. 

        • Curd, Patricia, and , eds.  Oxford Handbook of Presocratic Philosophy.  Oxford: OUP, 2008.

        • Desmond, William D.  The Greek Praise of Poverty: Origins of Ancient Cynicism.  Notre Dame: U of Notre Dame P, 2006.

        • Frankfurt, H., et al.  Before Philosophy.  Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1949.

        • Freeman, Kathleen.  A Companion to the Pre-Socratic Philosophers: a Companion to Diels, Fragmente der Vorsokratiker.  Oxford, Blackwell, 1946.

        • Furley, D.  The Greek Cosmologists.  Cambridge: CUP, 1987.

        • Graham, Daniel W.  Explaining the Cosmos: the Ionian Tradition of Scientific Philosophy.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 2006.

        • Guthrie, W. K. C.  The Presocratic Tradition from Parmenides to Democritus.  Vol. 2 of History of Greek Philosophy.  6 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 1965.

        • Guthrie, W. K. C.  The Earlier Presocratics and the Pythagoreans.  Vol. 1 of History of Greek Philosophy.  6 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 1962.
        • Havelock, Eric A.  "The Linguistic Task of the Presocratics."  Language and Thought in Early Greek Philosophy.  Ed. Kevin Robb.  La Salle, IL: Hegeler Institute, 1983.  7-82.

        • Hussey, Edward.  "Pythagoreans and Eleatics."  From the Beginning to Plato.  Ed. C. C. W. Taylor.  Vol. 1 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1997.  128-174.

        • Hussey, Edward.  The Presocratics.  London: Duckworth, 1972.

        • Janaway, Christopher.  "Ancient Greek Philosophy I: the Pre-Socratics and Plato."  Philosophy: a Guide Through the Subject.  Ed. A. C. Grayling.  Oxford: OUP, 1995.  336-397.
        • Kirk, G. S., and J. E. Raven.  The Presocratic Philosophers: a Critical History with a Selection of Texts.  Cambridge: CUP, 1957.  Rev. ed. by G. S. Kirk, J. E. Raven, and Malcolm Schofield.  1983. 

        • McKirahan, Richard.  "Presocratic Philosophy."  Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy.  Ed. Christopher Shields.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  5-26.
        • McKirahan, Richard D., Jr.  Philosophy before Socrates: an Introduction With Text and Commentary.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 1994.
        • Osborne, Catherine.  Presocratic Philosophy: a Very Short Introduction.  Oxford: OUP, 2004. 
        • Ring, Merrill.  Beginning With the Pre-Socratics.  Mayfield, 1987; Rpt. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1999.
        • Robinson, John Manley.  An Introduction to Early Greek Philosophy.  Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1968.

        • Schiappa, Edward.  Protagoras and Logos: a Study in Greek Philosophy and Rhetoric.  Columbia: U of SC P, 1991.

        • Schofield, Malcolm.  "The Ionians."  From the Beginning to Plato.  Ed. C. C. W. Taylor.  Vol. 1 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1997.  47-87.

        • Warren, James.  Presocratics: Natural Philosophers before Socrates.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2007.

        • Waterfield, Robin.  Before Eureka: the Presocratics and their Science.  Bristol: Bristol Classic Press, 2000.

      • Sophists:

        • Cassin, Barbara.  "Who’s Afraid of the Sophists?  Against Ethical Correctness."  Hypatia 15.4 (2000): 102-120.

        • Cassin, Barbara.  L'Effet sophistique.  Paris: Gallimard, 1995.

        • Crowley, Sharon.  "A Plea for the Revival of Sophistry."  Rhetoric Review 7.2 (1989): 318-337.

        • Gibert, John.  "The Sophists."  Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy.  Ed. Christopher Shields.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  27-50.

        • Gleason, Maud W.  Making Men: Sophists and Self-Presentation in Ancient Rome.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 2008.

        • Guthrie, W. K. C.  The Sophists.  Vol. 3 Part I of History of Greek Philosophy.  6 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 1969.

        • Jarratt, Susan C.  Rereading the Sophists: Classical Rhetoric Refigured.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1991.

        • Jarratt, Susan C.  "The First Sophists and the Uses of History."  Rhetoric Review 6.1 (1987): 67-78.

        • Kennedy, George A.  "Sophists and Rhetorical Handbooks."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  Cambridge: CUP, 1989.  185.

        • Kerferd, G. B.  "The Sophists."  From the Beginning to Plato.  Ed. C. C. W. Taylor.  Vol. 1 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1997.  244-270.

        • Kerferd, George B.  The Sophistic Movement.  Cambridge: CUP, 1981.

        • Leff, Michael C.  "Modern Sophistic and the Unity of Rhetoric."  The Rhetoric of the Human Sciences: Language and Argument in Scholarship and Public Affairs.  Ed. John S. Nelson, Allan Megill, and Donald N. McCloskey.  Madison: U of Wisconsin P, 1987.  19-37.
        • Moss, Roger.  "The Case for Sophistry."  Rhetoric Revalued.  Ed. Brian Vickers.  Binghamton, NY: Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, 1982.  207-24.
        • Poulakos, John.  "Interpreting Sophistic Rhetoric: a Response to Schiappa."  Philosophy and Rhetoric 23 (1990): 218-28.
        • Poulakos, John.  "Rhetoric, the Sophists, and the Possible."  Communication Monographs 51 (1984): 215-26.
        • Poulakos, John.  Sophistical Rhetoric in Classical Greece.  Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 1995.
        • Poulakos, John.  "Toward a Sophistic Definition of Rhetoric."  Philosophy and Rhetoric 16 (1983): 35-48.
        • Reydams-Schils, Gretchen.  The Roman Stoics: Self, Responsibility, and Affection.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2005.
        • Romilly, Jacqueline de.  Les Grands Sophists dans l'Athèns de Périclès.  Fallois, 1988
          • The Great Sophists in Periclean Athens.  Trans. Janet Lloyd.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1992.
        • Schiappa, Edward.  “Sophistic Rhetoric: Oasis or Mirage?”  Rhetoric Review 10 (1991): 5-19.

        • Schiappa, Edward.  "Neo-Sophistic Rhetorical Criticism or the Historical Reconstruction of Sophistic Doctrines?"  Philosophy and Rhetoric 23 (1990): 192-217.

        • Tindale, Christopher W.  Reason's Dark Champions: Constructive Strategies of Sophistic Argument.  Columbia: U of South Carolina P, 2010.

        • Untersteiner, Mario.  The SophistsTrans. Kathleen Freeman.  New York: Philosophical Library, 1954.
      • Socratics:

      • Hellenistic, Roman and Late Antique Philosophy:

        • General:

          • Brunschwig, J.  Papers in Hellenistic Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 1994.
          • Copleston, Frederick C.  Greece and Rome.  Vol. 1 of A History of PhilosophyNew York: Newman, 1946.
          • Ioppolo, Anna-Maria, and David N. Sedley, eds.  Pyrrhonists, Patricians, Platonizers. Hellenistic Philosophy in the Period 155-86 BC.  Napoli: Bibliopolis, 2007.
          • Johanssen, Karsten Friis.  A History of Ancient Philosophy: from the Beginnings to Augustine.  London: Routledge, 1991.
          • Long, A. A.  Hellenistic Philosophy: Stoics, Epicureans, Skeptics.  2nd edition.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1986.
          • Martin, M. G. F., et al.  "Post-Aristotelian Philosophy."  Philosophy Study Guide.  London: Aristotelian Society, 1997.  121-124.
          • Mitchell, David.  "Later Ancient Philosophy."  Philosophy 2: Further Through the Subject.  Ed. A. C. Grayling.  Oxford: OUP, 1998.  470-515.
          • Sharples, R. W.  Stoics, Epicureans and Skeptics.  London, 1996.
          • Smith, Andrew.  Philosophy in Late Antiquity.  London: Routledge, 2004.
        • Pyrrhonism:
          • Bailey, Alan.  Sextus Empiricus and Pyrrhonean Scepticism. Oxford: Clarendon, 2002.
          • Barnes, Jonathan.  The Toils of Scepticism. Cambridge: CUP, 1990.
          • Brittain, Charles.  Philo of Larissa: the Last of the Academic Sceptics.  Oxford: Clarendon, 2001.
          • Brochard, Victor.  The Greek Skeptics
          • Burnyeat, Myles. “Can the Sceptic Live his Scepticism?”  Doubt and Dogmatism: Studies in Hellenistic Epistemology.  Ed. Malcolm Schofield, et. al.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1980.  Rpt. in The Skeptical Tradition.  Ed. Burnyeat.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1983, 1983.  Also Rpt. in The Original Sceptics: a Controversy.  Ed. Burnyeat and Frede.  Indianapolis: Hackett, 1998. 
          • DeLacy, Phillip.  “Ou Mallon and the Antecedents of Ancient Scepticism.”  Phronesis 3 (1958).
          • Denyer, N.  Language, Thought and Falsehood in Ancient Greek Thought.  London: RKP, 1991.
          • Fogelin, R. J.  Pyrrhonian Reflections on Knowledge and Justification.  Oxford: OUP, 1994.
          • Fosl, Peter S.  “The Bibliographic Bases of Hume's Understanding of Sextus Empiricus and Pyrrhonism.” Journal of the History of Philosophy 36.2 (1998): .
          • Flintoff, Everard.  “Pyrrho and India.”  Phronesis 25 (1980): 88-108.
          • Frede, Michael.  “The Sceptic's Beliefs.”  Burnyeat and Frede.
          • Frede, Michael.  “The Sceptic's Two Kinds of Assent.”  Burnyeat and Frede.
          • Frede, Michael.  "the Skeptics."  From Aristotle to Augustine.  Ed. David Furley.  Vol. 2 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1999.  253-286.
          • Goodman, L. E. "Skepticism."  Review of Metaphysics 36 (1983): 819-848.
          • Groarke, Leo.  Greek Scepticism: Anti-Realist Trends in Ancient Thought.  Montreal: McGill-Queen's UP, 1990.
          • Hankinson, R. J.  "Academics and Pyrrhonists."  Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy.  Ed. Christopher Shields.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  268-300.
          • Hankinson, R. J.  The Sceptics.  London: Routledge, 1995.
          • Hiley, David R.  Philosophy In Question: Essays on a Pyrrhonian Theme.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1988.
          • Popkin, Richard H.  The History of Scepticism: from Savonarola to Bayle.  Oxford: OUP, 2003.
          • Robin, Leon.  Pyrrhon et le Scepticisme Grec.  Paris: PUF, 1944. 
            • New York: Garland, 1980.
          • Schmitt, Charles B.  Cicero Scepticus: a Study of the Social Influence of the Academica in the Renaissance.  The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1974.
          • Schmitt, Charles B.  “The Rediscovery of Ancient Skepticism in Modern Times.”  Burnyeat.
          • Stough, C. L.  Greek Scepticism: a Study in Epistemology.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1969.
          • Striker, Gisela.  “Sceptical Strategies.”  Schofield, et. al.  54-83.
          • Tarrant, H.  Scepticism or Platonism?  The Philosophy of the Fourth Academy.  Cambridge: CUP, 1985.
        • Epicureanism:
          • Everson, Stephen.  "Epicureanism."  From Aristotle to Augustine.  Ed. David Furley.  Vol. 2 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1999.  188-221.
          • Konstan, David.  "Epicureanism."  Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy.  Ed. Christopher Shields.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  237-252.
          • O'Keefe, Tim.  Epicureanism.  Chesham: Acumen, 2010.
          • Wilson, Catherine.  Epicureanism at the Origins of Modernity. Oxford: OUP, 2008.
        • Stoicism:

          • Brennan, Tad.  The Stoic Life: Emotions, Duties, and Fate.  Oxford: OUP, 2005.
          • Colish, V.  The Stoic Tradition from Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages2 Vols. Leiden: , 1985.
          • Couissin, P.  “The Stoicism of the New Academy.”  Burnyeat.
          • Graver, Margaret R.  Stoicism and Emotion.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2007.
          • Inwood, Brad.  "Stoicism."  From Aristotle to Augustine.  Ed. David Furley.  Vol. 2 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1999.  222-252.
          • Long, A. A.  Stoic Studies.  2nd Ed.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2001.
          • Mitsis, Philip.  "Stoicism."  Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy.  Ed. Christopher Shields.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  253-267.
          • Rist, J. M.  The Stoics.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1978.
          • Rist, J. M.  Stoic Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 1969)
          • Sambursky, S.  The Physics of the Stoics.  London, 1959.
          • Sandbach, F. H.  The Stoics.  2nd ed.  London, 1994.
          • Sharples, R. W.  Stoics, Epicureans and Skeptics.  London, 1996.
          • Sherman, Nancy.  Stoic Warriors: the Ancient Philosophy Behind the Military Mind.  Oxford: OUP, 2005.
        • Neoplatonism:
          • Emilsson, Eyjolfur.  "Neo-Platonism."  From Aristotle to Augustine.  Ed. David Furley.  Vol. 2 of Routledge History of Philosophy.  London: Routledge, 1999.  356-387.
          • Gerson, Lloyd P.  "Neoplatonism."  Blackwell Guide to Ancient Philosophy.  Ed. Christopher Shields.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2003.  393-32.
          • Gregory, John.  The Neoplatonists
          • Hadot, Pierre.  Plotin.  Porphyre.  Études néoplatoniciennes.  Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 1999.
          • Harris, R. Baines.  Neoplatonism and Contemporary Thought.  2001.
          • Harris, R. Baines.  The Structure of Being: a Neoplatonic Approach.  Norfolk: ISNS, 1982.
          • Harris, R. Baines.  The Significance of Neoplatonism.  1976.
          • Lloyd, A. C.  The Anatomy of Neoplatonism.  1998.
          • Lloyd, A. C.  "The Later Neoplatonists."  Cambridge History of Later Greek and Early Medieval Philosophy.  Ed. A. H. Armstrong.  Cambridge: CUP, 1967.  272-330.
          • O'Meara, D.  Platonopolis: Platonic Political Philosophy in Late Antiquity.  Oxford: Clarendon, 2003.
          • Remes, Pauliina.  Neoplatonism.  Cheshire: Acumen, 2008.
          • Wallis, R. T.  Neoplatonism.  London: Duckworth, 1995.
          • Whittaker, .  The Neo-Platonists.  Cambridge: CUP, 1901.

    • Topics:

      • Arts:

        • Literature:

          • Ahrensdorf, Peter J.  Greek Tragedy and Political Philosophy.  Cambridge: CUP, 2009.
          • Carter, D. M.  The Politics of Greek Tragedy.  Exeter: Bristol Phoenix, 2007.

          • Csapo, Eric, and W. J. Slater.  The Context of Ancient Drama.  1995.

          • Detienne, Marcel.
          • Easterling, P. E., and B. M. W. Knox.  Greek Literature.  Vol. 1 of The Cambridge History of Classical Literature.  Cambridge: CUP, 1985. 
          • Goldhill, Simon.  How to Stage Greek Tragedy Today.  Chicago:  U of Chicago P, 2007.
          • Goldhill, Simon.  The Invention of Prose.  Oxford: OUP, 2006.
          • Goldhill, Simon.  Love, Sex and Tragedy: How the Ancient World Shapes Our Lives.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2005.
          • Goldhill, Simon.  Language, Sexuality and Narrative.  Cambridge: CUP, 2004.
          • Goldhill, Simon.  Foucault's Virginity.  Cambridge: CUP, 2002.
          • Goldhill, Simon.  The Poet's Voice: Essays on Poetics and Greek Literature.  Cambridge: CUP, 1990.
          • Goldhill, Simon.  Reading Greek Tragedy.  Cambridge: CUP, 1986.
          • Heath, Malcolm.  Unity in Greek Poetics.  Oxford: OUP, 1989.

          • Heath, Malcolm.  The Poetics of Greek Tragedy.  London: , 1987.

          • Loraux, Nicole.  The Invention of Athens: the Funeral Oration in the Classical City.  Trans. Alan Sheridan.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2006.

          • Loraux, Nicole.  The Mourning Voice: an Essay on Greek Tragedy.  Trans. Elizabeth Trapnell Rawlings.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2002.

          • Loraux, Nicole.  The Divided City: on Memory and Forgetting in Ancient Athens.  Trans. Corinne Pache and Jeff Fort.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001.

          • Loraux, Nicole.  Born of the Earth: Myth and Politics in Athens.  Trans. Selina Stewart.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2000.

          • Loraux, Nicole.  The Experiences of Tiresias.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1995.

          • Loraux, Nicole.  Tragic Ways of Killing a Woman.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1991.

          • Loraux, Nicole.  Les Enfants d'Athéna: Idées Athéniennes sur la citoyenneté et la division des sexes.  Paris: Maspero, 1981.

            • The Children of Athena: Athenian Ideas about Citizenship and the Division between the Sexes.  Trans. Caroline Levine.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1994.

          • Muller, K. O., and John William Donaldson.  A History of the Literature of Ancient Greece.  London: John W. Parker, 1858.
          • Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin.  Greek TragedyOxford: Blackwell, 2008.

          • Seaford, Richard.  Money and the Early Greek Mind: Homer, Philosophy, Tragedy.  Cambridge: CUP, 2004.

          • Seaford, Richard.  Reciprocity and Ritual: Homer and Tragedy in the Developing City-State.  Oxford: OUP 1994.

          • Stephens, Susan A.  Seeing Double: Intercultural Poetics in Ptolemaic Alexandria.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2003.
          • Vasunia, Phiroze.  The Gift of the Nile: Hellenizing Egypt from Aeschylus to Alexander.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2001.
          • Vernant, Jean-Pierre.
          • Vidal-Naquet, Pierre.   
          • Whitmarsh, Tim.  Ancient Greek Literature.  Cambridge: Polity, 2004.
          • Zeitlin, Froma I.  Playing the Other: Gender and Society in Classical Greek Literature.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1995.
        • Literary Theory:
          • General:
            • Atkins, J. W. H.  Literary Criticism in Antiquity: a Sketch of its Development.  2 Vols.  Cambridge: CUP, 1934.
            • Grube, G. M. A.  The Greek and Roman Critics.  London: Methuen, 1965.

            • Harland, Richard.  "Literary Theory in Classical Times."  Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999. 

            • Harland, Richard.  "Rhetorical Criticism."  Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999.  3-6.

            • Harriott, Rosemary.  Poetry and Criticism before Plato.  London: Methuen, .

            • McKeon, Richard.  "Literary Criticism and the Concept of Imitation in Antiquity."  Modern Philology 34 (1936): . 

              • Critics and Criticism: Ancient and ModernEd. R. S. Crane.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1952.  147-175. 

            • Too, Yun Lee.  The Idea of Ancient Literary Criticism.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1998.

            • Walker, Jeffrey.  Rhetoric and and Poetics in Antiquity.  Oxford: OUP, 2000.

          • Greece:

          • Rome:

            • Fantham, Elaine.  "The Growth of Literature and Criticism at Rome."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  220-244.

            • Fantham, Elaine.  "Latin Criticism of the Early Empire."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  274-297.

            • Innes, Doreen C.  "Augustan Critics."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  245-273.

            • Kennedy, George A.  "Hellenistic Literary and Philological Scholarship."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  200-219.

            • Russell, Donald A.  "Greek Criticism of the Empire."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  297-329.

      • Communication:

        • Language, Philosophy of / Linguistics:

          • Denyer, N.  Language, Thought and Falsehood in Ancient Greek Thought.  London: RKP, 1991.
          • Heath, John.  The Talking Greeks: Speech, Animals, and the Other in Homer, Aeschylus, and Plato.  Cambridge:  CUP, 2005.

          • Robins, R. H.  "Greece."  A Short History of Linguistics.  New York: Longman, 1967.  4th Ed. 1997.  12-57.
          • Robins, R. H.  "Rome."  A Short History of Linguistics.  New York: Longman, 1967.  4th Ed. 1997.  58-78.
        • Logic:

          • Carroll, Lewis. “What the Tortoise Said to Achilles.”  Readings on Logic.  Ed. Irving Copi and Gould.  New York: Macmillan, 1972.
          • Lloyd, G. E. R.  Polarity and Analogy: Two Types of Argumentation in Early Greek Thought.
        • Rhetoric:

          • Atwill, Janet.  Rhetoric Reclaimed: Aristotle and the Liberal Arts Tradition.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1998.
          • Baldwin, Charles Sears.  Ancient Rhetoric and PoeticGloucester, MA: Peter Smith, 1959.
          • Clark, Donald.  Rhetoric in Greco-Roman Education.  New York: Columbia UP, 1957.

          • Cole, Thomas.  The Origins of Rhetoric in Ancient Greece.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1995.

          • Corbett, Edward P. J.  Classical Rhetoric for the Modern Student.  Oxford: OUP, 1965.

          • Fantham, Elaine.  "Rhetoric at Rome."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  227-230.
          • Goyet, Francis Le Sublime du 'lieu commun': l'Invention rhétorique dans l'Antiquité et à la Renaissance.  Honoré Champion, 1996.

          • Habinek, Thomas.  Ancient Rhetoric and OratoryOxford: Blackwell, 2004.
          • Harland, Richard.  "Rhetorical Criticism."  Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes.  London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1999.  3-6.

          • Kennedy, George A.  "Language and Meaning in Archaic and Classical Greece."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  Cambridge: CUP, 1989.  78-91.
          • Kennedy, George A.  "Hellenistic Rhetoric."  Classical Criticism.  Ed. George A. Kennedy.  Vol. 1 of of Cambridge History of Literary Criticism.  198-199.

          • Kennedy, George A.  Classical Rhetoric and its Christian and Secular Tradition from Ancient to Modern Times.  Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1980.

          • Kennedy, George A.  A New History of Classical Rhetoric.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1994.  [abridged version of the three items below]

          • Kennedy, George A.  Greek Rhetoric Under Christian Emperors.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1983.

          • Kennedy, George A.  The Art of Rhetoric in the Roman World, 300 BC-AD 300.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1972.

          • Kennedy, George A.  The Art of Persuasion in Greece.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1963.

          • Pernot, Laurent.  La Rhétorique dans l'Antiquité.  2000.
            • Rhetoric In Antiquity.  Trans. William Edward Higgins.  Catholic UP of America, 2005.
          • Romilly, Jacqueline de.  Magic and Rhetoric in Ancient Greece.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1975.
          • Schiappa, Edward.  Protagoras and Logos: a Study in Greek Philosophy and Rhetoric.  Charleston: U of South Carolina P, 2003.
          • Schiappa, Edward.  The Beginnings of Rhetorical Theory in Classical Greece.  New Haven: Yale UP, 1999.
          • Schiappa, Edward.  "'Rhetorike': What's in a Name?  Toward a Revised History of Early Greek Rhetorical Theory."  Quarterly Journal of Speech 78 (1992): 1-15.
          • Timmerman, David M., and Edward Schiappa.  Classical Greek Rhetorical Theory and the Disciplining of Discourse.  Cambridge: CUP, 2010.

          • Todorov, Tzvetan.  "The Splendour and Misery of Rhetoric."  Theories of the Symbol.  Trans. Catherine Porter.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1982.  60-83.

          • Walker, Jeffrey.  Rhetoric and Poetic in Antiquity.  Oxford: OUP, 2000.
          • Wardy, Robert.  The Birth of Rhetoric.  London: Routledge, 1996.
          • Yates, Frances A.  The Art of Memory.  London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1966.
        • Semiotics:
          • Todorov, Tzvetan.  "The Birth of Western Semiotics."  Theories of the Symbol.  Trans. Catherine Porter.  Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1982.  15-59.
      • Education:

        • Jaeger, Werner.  Early Christianity and Greek Paideia.  Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1961.
        • Jaeger, Werner.  Paideia; die Formung des griechischen Menschen.  3 vols.  1934.
          • Paideia: the Ideals of Greek Culture.  Trans. Gilbert Highet.  Oxford: OUP, 1943.
      • History:

      • Human Being:

        • Medicine / Psychiatry:

          • Lloyd, Geoffrey.  In the Grip of Disease: Studies in the Greek Imagination.  Oxford: OUP, 2003.

          • van der Eijk, Philip J.  Medicine and Philosophy in Classical Antiquity: Doctors and Philosophers on Nature, Soul, Health and Disease.  Cambridge: CUP, 2005.

        • Mind:

          • Annas, Julia E.  Hellenistic Philosophy of Mind.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1994.
          • Brunschwig, J., and Martha Nussbaum.  Passions and Perceptions.  Cambridge: CUP, 1993.
          • Détienne, Marcel, and Jean-Pierre Vernant.  Les Ruses de l’intelligence: la Mètis des Grecs.  Paris: Flammarion, 1974.
            • Cunning Intelligence in Greek Culture and Society.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1991.

          • Dodds, E. R.  Greeks and the Irrational.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1951.
          • Konstan, David.  The Emotions of the Ancient Greeks: Studies in Aristotle and Classical Literature.  Toronto: U of Toronto P, 2006.
          • Simon, B.  Mind and Madness in Ancient Greece

          • Snell, Bruno.  The Discovery of the Mind in Greek Philosophy and Literature.  New York: Dover, 1982.
          • Williams, Bernard.  Shame and Necessity.  Berkeley: U of California P, 1994.
        • Self:

        • Sexuality:

          • Brisson, Luc.  Le Sexe incertain
            • Sexual Ambivalence: Androgyny and Hermaphroditism in Graeco-Roman Antiquity.  2002.
          • Davidson, James.  The Greeks and Greek Love: a Radical Reappraisal of Homosexuality in Ancient Greece.  London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2007.
          • Davidson, James.  "Dover, Foucault, and Greek Homosexuality: Penetration and the Truth of Sex."  Past and Present (2001): .
          • Davidson, James.  Courtesans and Fishcakes: the Consuming Passions of Classical Athens.  New York: Perennial, 1999.
          • Dover, Kenneth.
          • Gaca, Kathy L.  The Making of Fornication: Eros, Ethics, and Political Reform in Greek Philosophy and Early Christianity.  2003.
      • Knowledge:

        • Branham, R. Bracht and Marie Odile Goulet-Caze, eds.  The Cynics: the Cynic Movement in Antiquity and its Legacy.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2001.
        • Brunschwig, J., and Martha Nussbaum.  Passions and Perceptions.  Cambridge: CUP, 1993.
        • Détienne, Marcel.
          • The Masters of Truth in Archaic Greece.  New York: Zone, 1996.
        • Lee, Mi-Kyoung.  Epistemology after Protagoras: Responses to Relativism in Plato, Aristotle, and Democritus.  Oxford: OUP, 2005.

        • Striker, Gisela.  Essays on Hellenistic Epistemology and Ethics.  Cambridge: CUP, 1996.
      • Meta:

        • Gernet, Louis.  "Les Origines de la Philosophie."  Bulletin de l'Enseignement Public du Maroc 183 (1945): .

        • Nightingale, Andrea W.  Spectacles of Truth in Classical Greek Philosophy: Theoria in its Cultural Context.  Cambridge: CUP, 2004.
        • Nightingale, Andrea W.  “On Wandering and Wondering: Theôria in Greek Philosophy and Culture."  Arion 9.1 (2001): 23-58.
      • Morality:

        • Annas, Julia E.  The Morality of Happiness.  Oxford: OUP, 1993.
        • Fitzgerald, John T.  Passions and Moral Progress in Greco-Roman Thought.  London: Routledge, 2007.
        • Morris, Ian, and Barry Powell.  The Greeks: History, Culture, and Society.  Upper Saddle River, NJ:  Prentice Hall, 2005.
        • Nussbaum, Martha.  The Therapy of Desire.  Princeton: Princeton UP, 1994.
        • Stockdale, James.  In Love and War.  New York: , 1984.
        • Striker, Gisela.  Essays on Hellenistic Epistemology and Ethics.  Cambridge: CUP, 1996.
      • Nature:

        • Lindberg, David C.  The Beginnings of Western Science: the European Scientific Tradition in Philosophical, Religious, and Institutional Context, 600 B.C. to A.D. 1450.  Chicago: U of Chicago P, 1992.

        • Lloyd, Geoffrey.  Greek Science After Aristotle.  New York: Norton, 1975.

        • Lloyd, Geoffrey.  Early Greek Science: Thales to Aristotle.  New York: Norton, 1974.

        • Naddaf, Gerard.  The Greek Concept of Nature.  Albany: SUNY Press, 2005.
      • Religion:

        • Murray, Gilbert.  Five Stages of Greek Religion.  New York: Dover, 2002.

        • Sedley, David.  Creationism and its Critics in Antiquity.  Berkeley: U of California P, 2007.

      • Society:

        • Balot, Ryan K.  Greek Political Thought.  Oxford: Blackwell, 2006.

        • Currie, H. MacL.  The Individual and the State.  London: Dent, 1973.

        • Dieleman, Jacco.  Priests, Tongues, and Rites: the London-Leiden Magical Manuscripts and Translation in Egyptian Ritual, 100-300 CE.  Leiden: Brill, 2005.
        • Fowden, Garth.  The Egyptian Hermes: a Historical Approach to the Late Pagan MindCambridge: CUP, 1986.
        • Gosling, J. C. B., and C. C. W. Taylor.  The Greeks on Pleasure.  Oxford: OUP, 1982.
        • Kaster, Robert A.  Emotion, Restraint, and Community in Ancient RomeOxford: Oxford: OUP, 2005.

        • West, Martin Litchfield.  Early Greek Philosophy and the Orient.  Oxford: Clarendon, 1971.

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