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Sources

Collections of Philo's fragments

  • Brittain, C., Philo of Larissa (Oxford 2001), 345–70.
    • [The evidence on Philo in Greek and Latin, with English translations.]
  • Inwood, B. and L. Gerson, Hellenistic Philosophy: introductory readings (Indianapolis rev. 1997).
  • Long, A., and D. Sedley, The Hellenistic Philosophers (Cambridge 1987).
    • [Both collections have useful Academic texts, but are limited on Philo himself.]
  • Mette, H-J., ‘Philon von Larisa und Antiochus von Askalon’ Lustrum 28–9 (1986–7), 9–63. (Scholar)
    • [The evidence on Philo in Greek and Latin, with German translations.] (Scholar)

Anonymous

  • Westerink, L. (ed.), J. Trouillard & A. Segonds (trans.), Prolégomènes à la Philosophie de Platon (Paris 1990).
    • [Greek text with French translation of the Introduction to Plato.]

Augustine

  • Green, W. (ed.), Contra Academicos Libri Tres, Corpus Christianorum SL 29 (Turnholt 1970).
  • King, P. (trans.), Augustine Against the Academicians and The Teacher (Indianapolis 1995).

Cicero

  • Brittain, C. (trans.),  Cicero: On Academic Scepticism (Indianapolis 2006). [= ‘Ac.’] (Scholar)
  • King, P. (ed.), Cicero XVIII: Tusculan Disputations (Cambridge 1927).
    • [Loeb edition with English translation.]
  • Rackham, H. (ed.), Cicero XIX: On the Nature of the Gods, Academica (Cambridge Mass. 1933).
    • [Loeb edition with English translation.]
  • Rackham, H. (ed.), Cicero XVII: De finibus bonorum et malorum (Cambridge Mass. 1933).
    • [Loeb edition with English translation.]
  • Rackham, H. (ed.), Cicero IV: De Oratore Book III (Cambridge Mass. 1942). [= On the Orator.]
    • [Loeb edition with English translation.] (Scholar)
  • Woolf, R. (trans.), Cicero: On Moral Ends (Cambridge 2002).
    • [A translation of De finibus.]

Galen

  • Barigazzi, A. (ed.), Favorino di Arelate (Florence 1966).
    • [Greek text with Italian translation of Galen's On the Best Method of Teaching.]

Gellius

  • Rolfe, J. (ed.), Aulus Gellius Attic Nights, vol. 3 (Cambridge Mass. 1927).
    • [Loeb edition with English translation.]

Numenius

  • Gifford, T. (ed.), Eusebii Pamphili Evangelicae Praeparationis Libri XV, 4 vols., (Oxford 1903).
    • [Greek text with English translation of Eusebius; book 14.4–9 contains Numenius' fragments.] (Scholar)
  • Des Places, E. (ed.), Numenius (Paris 1973).
    • [Greek text with French translation.]

Philodemus

  • Dorandi, T. (ed.), Storia dei filosofi [.] Platone e l'Academia (Naples 1991).
    • [Greek text with Italian translation of Philodemus’ Catalogue of Academic Philosophers.]

Photius

  • Henry, R. (ed.), Photius: Bibliothèque (Paris 1959–67)
    • [Greek text with French translation.]
  • Wilson, N. (trans.), Photius: The Bibliotheca (London 1994).
    • [A selection in English.]

Plutarch

  • Cherniss, H. (trans.), Plutarch's Moralia XIII Part II (Cambridge Mass. 1976).
    • [Loeb edition with English translation of Plutarch's Stoic Contradictions and Common Conceptions]

Sextus Empiricus

  • Annas, J., and J. Barnes (trans.), Sextus Empiricus: Outlines of Scepticism (Cambridge 2000). [= ‘PH.’]
  • Bett, R. (trans.), Sextus Empiricus: Against the Logicians (Cambridge 2005). [= ‘M.’]
  • Bury, R. (ed.), Sextus Empiricus I: Outlines of Pyrrhonism (Cambridge Mass. 1933).
    • [Loeb edition translated by Annas & Barnes.]
  • Bury, R. (ed.), Sextus Empiricus II: Against the Logicians [Adversus Mathematicos 7–8] (Cambridge Mass. 1935).
    • [Loeb edition translated by Bett.]

Stobaeus

  • Wachsmuth, C., and O. Hense (ed.), Joannis Stobaei Anthologium (Berlin 1884–1909).
    • [The excerpt about Philo's ethics is translated in Brittain 2001 and Schofield 2002.]

Philo's life and philosophical activity

  • Barnes, J., ‘Antiochus of Ascalon’, in M. Griffin and J. Barnes (ed.), Philosophia Togata (Oxford 1989) 51–96. (Scholar)
  • Brittain, C., Philo of Larissa (Oxford 2001), 38–72.
  • Dorandi, T., Storia dei filosofi [.] Platone e l’Academia (Naples 1991). (Scholar)
  • Görler, W., ‘Älterer Pyrrhonismus — Jüngere Akademie, Antiochos aus Askalon’, in H. Flashar (ed.), Die Philosophie der Antike 4: Die Hellenistische Philosophie (Basel 1994), 915–37. (Scholar)
  • Glucker, J., Antiochus and the Late Academy (Göttingen 1978), 13–31 & 64–90.
  • Mette, H-J., ‘Weitere Akademiker heute: von Lakydes bis zu Kleitomachos’, Lustrum 27 (1985), 39–148. (Scholar)
  • Mette, H-J., ‘Philon von Larisa und Antiochus von Askalon’ Lustrum 28–9 (1986–7), 9–63. (Scholar)
  • Puglia, E., ‘Le biografie di Filone e di Antioco nella Storia dell'Academia di Filodemo’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 130 (2000), 17–28. (Scholar)

Philo's epistemological positions

  • Allen, J., ‘Academic Probabilism and Stoic Epistemology’, Classical Quarterly 44 (1994), 85–113. (Scholar)
  • Allen, J., ‘Carneadean argument in Cicero's Academic books’, in B. Inwood and J. Mansfeld (ed.), Assent and Argument, (Leiden 1997), 217–256. (Scholar)
  • Barnes, J., ‘Antiochus of Ascalon’, in M. Griffin and J. Barnes (ed.), Philosophia Togata (Oxford 1989), 51–96. (Scholar)
  • Bett, R., ‘Carneades’ Pithanon: A Reappraisal of its Role and Status’, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy 7 (1989), 59–94. (Scholar)
  • Bett, R., ‘Carneades’ distinction between assent and approval’, Monist 73 (1990), 3–20. (Scholar)
  • Brittain, C., Philo of Larissa (Oxford 2001), 73–168.
  • Brittain, C., ‘Arcesilaus’, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2005). (Scholar)
  • Brittain, C., Cicero: On Academic Scepticism (Indianapolis 2006), viii–liii.
  • Burnyeat, M., ‘Antipater and self-refutation: elusive arguments in Cicero's Academica’, in B. Inwood and J. Mansfeld (ed.), Assent and Argument (Leiden 1997), 277–310. (Scholar)
  • Burnyeat, M., ‘Carneades was no probabilist’, (unpublished). (Scholar)
  • Burnyeat, M., and M. Frede (ed.), The Original Sceptics: A controversy (Indianapolis 1997).
  • Couissin, P., ‘Le Stoicisme de la Nouvelle Académie’, Revue d’histoire de la philosophie 3 (1929), 241–76 [= ‘The Stoicism of the New Academy’, trans. J. Barnes and M. Burnyeat, in M. Burnyeat (ed.), The Skeptical Tradition (London 1983), 31–63]. (Scholar)
  • Frede, M., ‘Des Skeptikers Meinungen’, Neue Hefte für Philosophie, Aktualität der Antike 15/16 (1979), 102–29 [= ‘The Skeptic's Beliefs’, in M. Frede, Essays in Ancient Philosophy (Minneapolis 1987), 179–200; reprinted in M. Burnyeat, and M. Frede (ed.), The Original Sceptics (Indianapolis 1997), 1–24.] (Scholar)
  • Frede, M., ‘The skeptic's two kinds of assent’, in his Essays in Ancient Philosophy (Minneapolis 1987), 201–22. [= M. Burnyeat, and M. Frede (ed.), The Original Sceptics (Indianapolis 1997), 127–51.] (Scholar)
  • Glucker, J., ‘The Philonian/Metrodorians: Problems of method in ancient philosophy’, Elenchos 25.1 (2004), 99–153.
    • [A review of Brittain's Philo of Larissa.] (Scholar)
  • Lévy, C., Cicero Academicus: Recherches sur les Académiques et sur la Philosophie Cicéronienne, Collection de l’ École Française de Rome 162 (Rome 1992).
  • Schofield, M., ‘Academic epistemology’, in K. Algra, J. Barnes, J. Mansfeld and M. Schofield (ed.), The Cambridge History of Hellenistic Philosophy (Cambridge 1999), 323–51. (Scholar)
  • Sedley, D., ‘The end of the Academy’, Phronesis 26 (1981), 67–75. (Scholar)
  • Striker, G., ‘Sceptical Strategies’, in M. Schofield, M. Burnyeat and J. Barnes (ed.), Doubt and Dogmatism (Oxford1980), 54–83. [= G. Striker, Essays on Hellenistic Epistemology and Ethics (Cambridge 1996), 92–115.] (Scholar)
  • Striker, G., ‘Academics fighting Academics’, in B. Inwood and J. Mansfeld (ed.), Assent and Argument (Leiden 1997), 257–276. (Scholar)
  • Tarrant, H., Scepticism or Platonism. The Philosophy of the Fourth Academy (Cambridge 1985), 1–66.

Philo's relation to other philosophers

  • Annas, J., ‘Stoic Epistemology’, in S. Everson (ed.), Epistemology (Cambridge 1990), 184–303. (Scholar)
  • Barnes, J. ‘Antiochus of Ascalon’, in M. Griffin and J. Barnes (ed.), Philosophia Togata (Oxford 1989), 51–96. (Scholar)
  • Bonazzi, M., Academici e Platonici. Il dibattito antico sullo scetticismo di Platone (Milan 2003).
  • Brittain, C., Philo of Larissa (Oxford 2001), esp. 169–254.
  • Brittain, C., ‘Middle Platonists on Academic scepticism’ in R. Sorabji and R. Sharples (ed.), Greek and Roman Philosophy, 100 BC – 200 AD (forthcoming 2006). (Scholar)
  • Decleva Caizzi, F., ‘Aenesidemus and the Academy’, Classical Quarterly 42 (1992), 176–189. (Scholar)
  • Frede, M., ‘Stoic Epistemology’, in K. Algra, J. Barnes, J. Mansfeld and M. Schofield (ed.), The Cambridge History of Hellenistic Philosophy (Cambridge 1999), 295–322. (Scholar)
  • Hankinson, R., The Sceptics (London 1995).
  • Lévy, C., ‘Les Petits Académiciens: Lacyde, Charmadas, Métrodore de Stratonice’, in M. Bonazzi and V. Celluprica (ed.), L’eredita platonica (Naples 2005), 55–77. (Scholar)
  • Mansfeld, J., ‘Aenesidemus and the Academics’, in L. Ayres (ed.), The Passionate Intellect (London 1995), 235–48. (Scholar)
  • Opsomer, J., In search of the truth: Academic tendencies in Middle Platonism (Brussels 1998).
  • Sedley, D., ‘Three Platonist Interpretations of theTheaetetus, in C. Gill and M. McCabe (ed.), Form and Argument in Late Plato (Oxford 1996), 79–103. (Scholar)
  • Tarrant, H., Scepticism or Platonism. The Philosophy of the Fourth Academy (Cambridge 1985).

Philo's ethics

  • Algra, ‘K., Chrysippus, Carneades, Cicero. The ethical divisiones in Cicero's Lucullus’, in B. Inwood and J. Mansfeld (ed.), Assent and Argument (Leiden 1997), 107–139. (Scholar)
  • Annas, J., The Morality of Happiness (Oxford 1993), 95–6.
  • Brittain, C., Philo of Larissa (Oxford 2001), 255–95.
  • Griffin, M., ‘Philosophy, Politics, and Politicians at Rome’, in M. Griffin & J. Barnes (ed.), Philosophia Togata (Oxford 1989), 1–37. (Scholar)
  • Schofield, M., ‘Academic Therapy: Philo of Larissa and Cicero's Project in the Tusculans’, in G. Clark and T. Rajak (ed.), Philosophy and Power in the Graeco-Roman World (Oxford 2002), 91–109. (Scholar)

Philo's rhetoric

  • Brittain, C., Philo of Larissa (Oxford 2001), 296–342.
  • Reinhardt, T., ‘Rhetoric in the Fourth Academy’, Classical Quarterly 2000 N. S. 50 (2), 531–547. (Scholar)
  • Reinhardt, T., Cicero's Topica (Oxford 2003), esp. 3–17.
  • Wisse J., The Intellectual Background of Cicero's Rhetorical Works', in J. May (ed.), Brill's Companion to Cicero: Oratory and Rhetoric (Leiden 2002), 331–374.

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