By Teun Tieleman

The "On Affections" by means of the Stoic thinker Chrysippus (c.280-205BCE) contained the vintage exposition of the Stoic idea of the feelings. This ebook presents a clean dialogue of the extant proof, i.e. the fragments and stories preserved by way of later resources. It goals to set up the precise volume of obtainable facts and to rearrange the fragmentary fabric on the way to see how a ways the unique treatise could be reconstructed. The fragments are interpreted either of their literary context and within the mild of Stoic doctrines identified from different resources. Given its contextual method, this examine contains huge dialogue of the tools of assets equivalent to Galen, Posidonius and Cicero. furthermore, the clinical backdrop to Chrysippus' idea gets huge consciousness.

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In the long passage cited at PHPÌ. 10-15 (SVF II 885) Chrysippus in fact draws on t h e Placita tradition, see Mansfeld (1990b) 3168 ff. , Giusta (1986) 149-70, but t h e issue n e e d s f u r t h e r study. 24 Cf. Propr. Plac. 1 N u t t o n , w h e r e Galen a p p e a r s to b e looking back to t h e PHP in particular. Similarly Atticus, a Platonist a n d c o n t e m p o r a r y of Galen, ap. Eus. 10-11 (= Fr. 51-64); ps. Alex. Mantissa p . 1 0 1 . 3 4 Br. Sextus, M. e. a sign which signifies s o m e t h i n g directly a n d out of its own n a t u r e .

1-40; 1-29 = Posid. ). — children (and animals) display anger and desire (1-8) — origin of vice in children u n a c c o u n t a b l e on monist view (9-21) — Posidonian physiognomies (22-29) — P. and Plato on pre- and post-natal child-raising (30-35) (P. -K). (B) TRIPARTITION VINDICATED 5. 3-36 = P. ) (cf. 23-32) — P. 33-36) • Proof-text at 35 (SVF 1 Cleanthes 570); n o text of Zeno (cf. 40). — implications for scala naturae (37-39) (P. , Pyth. as compared with those of Zeno and C. 6. Plato's Proof in Rep.

15 Of Book 1 we possess only the closing sections, which on De Lacy's estimation a m o u n t to about o n e third of the original whole, which must have been rather long; see De Lacy (1978-84) vol. 1, 12-13. 1 = Book 1, Test. 40-41, which should be a d d e d to the two testimonies for book 1 printed by De Lacy; cf. ) vol. 1, 48. e. ethical subjects such as the e m o t i o n s and the virtues addressed in PHP 4 and 5; cf. supra, n. 19. 1 (= Test. II, second text). 19 Its role in dialectic as well as its relation to the Placita literature has b e e n studied by Mansfeld (1990b), esp.

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