Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Ancient Theories of Freedom and Determinism" by Tim O'Keefe

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Primary texts in translation

Translations of Aristotle are from Barnes (1984), and of other texts are from Long and Sedley (1987). Citations of texts contained in Long and Sedley (1987) also include LS [text number].

Primary texts cited

The following ancient texts are cited (by abbreviation, where given):

  • Alexander of Aphrodisias
    • On Fate
    • On Mixture
  • Aristotle
    • [NE] Nicomachean Ethics
    • [Int.] De Interpretatione (On Interpretation)
  • Cicero
    • Academica
    • [Fat.] De Fato (On Fate)
    • [Fin.] De Finibus (On Goals)
    • On the Nature of the Gods
    • On Divination
    • Tusculan disputations
  • Clement of Alexandria, The Teacher
  • Diogenes Laertius, [DL] Lives of the Philosophers
  • Diogenes of Oinoanda (inscription)
  • Epictetus
    • Handbook
    • Discourses
  • Epicurus
    • [KD] Kuriai Doxai (Principle Doctrines)
    • [SV] Sententiae Vaticanae (Vatican Sayings)
    • [Ep. Men.] Letter to Menoeceus
    • [On Nature] Peri phuseôs
    • The Letter to Herodotus
  • Gellius, Noctes Atticae
  • Hippolytus, Refutation of All Heresies
  • Lucretius, [DRN] De Rerum Natura (On the Nature of Things)
  • Marcus Aurelius, Meditations
  • Origen, On principles
  • Plato
    • Gorgias
    • Laws
    • Protagoras
    • [Rep.] Republic
    • [Tim.] Timaeus
  • Plotinus, [Enn.] Enneads
  • Plutarch, On Stoic Self-Contradiction
  • Porphyry, On Abstinence
  • Seneca, On Benefits
  • Stobaeus, Eclogues

Secondary sources

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