Linked bibliography for the SEP article "Stoicism" by Marion Durand, Simon Shogry and Dirk Baltzly

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A note on citations in this entry: where possible, we refer to primary texts using the author’s name, followed by the notation given in Long and Sedley 1987. For example, “Aetius, 26A” refers to chapter 26 of Long and Sedley’s collection, text A, whose author is Aetius. We use Long and Sedley’s translation unless otherwise noted.

Collections of primary texts

Primary texts by specific authors

  • Bowen, A. and R. Todd, 2004, Cleomedes’ Lectures on Astronomy, Berkeley: University of California Press. [A translation of the Stoic Cleomedes’ work on astronomy, together with introduction and commentary.] (Scholar)
  • Boys-Stones, G., 2018, L. Annaeus Cornutus: Greek Theology, Fragments and Testimonia, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature. [Greek text with facing page translation, with introduction and notes] (Scholar)
  • Edelstein, L. and I. G. Kidd, 1972, Posidonius, 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [Greek and Latin texts; introduction in English] (Scholar)
  • Graver, M., 2002, Cicero on the Emotions: Tusculan Disputations 3 and 4. Chicago: University of Chicageo Press. [English translation and notes] (Scholar)
  • Graver, M. and A. A. Long, 2015, Seneca: Letters on Ethics to Lucilius, Chicago: University of Chicago Press. [English translation of all 124 extant letters] (Scholar)
  • Inwood, B., 2007, Seneca: Selected Philosophical Letters, Translated with Introduction and Commentary, Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Scholar)
  • Pomeroy, A., 1999, Arius Didymus: Epitome of Stoic Ethics, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature. [Greek text with facing page translation and notes]. (Scholar)
  • Ramelli, I., 2009, Hierocles the Stoic: Elements of Ethics, Fragments and Excerpts, Atlanta: Society of Biblical Literature. [Greek text with facing page translation. Extensive notes.] (Scholar)
  • Van Staaten, M., 1962, Panaetii Rhodii Fragmenta, Leiden: Brill. (Scholar)

Useful Reference Works

Introductions to Stoicism

A few collections, monographs, and some individual articles referred to above

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