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  1. Aristotle’s argument for the necessity of what we understand.Joshua Mendelsohn - 2023 - Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 62.
     
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    Hierocles' Concentric Circles.Ralph Wedgwood - 2023 - Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 62 (Summer 2022):293-332.
    Hierocles, a Stoic of the second century CE, famously deployed an image of the ‘concentric circles’ that surround each of us. The image should not be read as advocating absolute impartiality (in the style of classical utilitarianism) or as illustrating the Stoic theory of oikeiōsis. Instead, it is designed to illustrate how it is ‘appropriate to act’ in certain cases. Like other Stoics, Hierocles bases his investigation of appropriate acts on what is ‘in accordance with nature’. According to his view, (...)
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  3. Giving Gifts and Making Friends: Seneca’s De beneficiis on how to expand one’s sphere of ethical concern.Allison Piñeros Glasscock - 2023 - Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 62:261-292.
     
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