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The Morality of Happiness$

Julia Annas

Print publication date: 1995

Print ISBN-13: 9780195096521

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0195096525.001.0001

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There is no customary system of abbreviations which is accessible both to specialists and to non‐specialists. On the one hand, ‘Plutarch, Comm. not 1071f’ is not perspicuous to philosophers not familiar with ancient texts. On the other hand, writing out in English the titles of every ancient work that is referred to would have made the notes too lengthy and clumsy. I have therefore used, in the footnotes, forms of abbreviation familiar to specialists, and add here a list of explanations of these for the non‐specialist.

Alexander

  1. de An II Alexander of Aphrodisias, Book II of the Commentary on Aristotle's de Anima (On the Soul) containing a number of essays by Alexander on Aristotelian topics.

  2. Fat De Fato (On Fate)

  3. Eth Pr Ethical Problems

  4. Quaest Quaestiones (Questions for Discussion)

  5. In Top Commentary on Aristotle's Topics

Aristotle

  1. EE Eudemian Ethics

  2. NE Nicomachean Ethics

  3. MM Magna Moralia (The Large Ethics)

  4. Pol Politics

  5. Top Topics

  6. Cat Categories

  7. Phys Physics

  8. Met Metaphysics

  9. Pr An Prior Analytics

  10. Post An Posterior Analytics

  11. Rhet Rhetoric

  12. Poet Poetics

  13. MA De Motu Animalium (The Movement of Animals)

  14. De An De Anima (On the Soul)

  15. Hist An Historia Animalium (Animal Researches)

  16. PA De Partibus Animalium (The Parts of Animals)

  17. Prot Protrepticus (Exhortation to Philosophy)

  1. Arius Arius Didymus, in Stobaeus, Eclogae (Selections) Book II. There is an Introduction to Ethics, an account of Stoic ethics, and an account of Aristotelian ethics.

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Augustine

  1. Civ. Dei. De Civitate Dei (The City of God)

Cicero

  1. Fin De Finibus (On Final Ends)

  2. Off De Officiis (On Duties)

  3. TD Tusculanae Disputationes (Discussions at Tusculum)

  4. Rep De Republica (The State)

  5. Leg De Legibus (The Laws)

  6. Am De Amicitia (On Friendship)

  7. ND De Natura Deorum (The Nature of the Gods)

  8. PS Paradoxa Stoicorum (Paradoxes of the Stoics)

  9. Luc Lucullus, the first version of the Academica (Academic discussions), a work on scepticism.

  10. Varro Varro, the second version of the Academica

  11. Att ad Atticum Epistulae (Letters to Atticus)

  1. Diogenes Diogenes Laertius, Lives of the Philosophers in ten books

  1. Diogenes Of Oenoanda Fragments of an Epicurean stone inscription set up at Oenoanda. ‘Fragments’ edited by C. Chilton, ‘New fragments’ edited by M. Ferguson Smith.

Eusebius

  1. Praep Ev Praeparatio Evangelica (Preparation for the Gospel)

Epictetus

  1. Disc Discourses

Epicurus

  1. KD Kuriai Doxai (Principal Doctrines)

  2. VS Vaticanae Sententiae (Vatican Sayings)

  3. Ep Men Epistula ad Menoeceum (Letter to Menoeceus)

  4. Ep Her Epistula ad Herodotum (Letter to Herodotus)

  5. Ep Pyth Epistula ad Pythoclem (Letter to Pythocles)

  6. [34] [32] References to texts in G. Arrighetti, Epicuro, Opere, the standard edition of the texts and fragments from papyrus.

  7. U H. Usener Ed. Epicurea, the standard edition of testimonies about Epicurus and fragments in other authors.

Galen

  1. PHP Placita Hippocratis et Platonis (The Doctrines of Hippocrates and Plato)

  1. Hierocles Elements of Ethics

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  1. Lucretius De Rerum Natura (On the Nature of Things)

  1. Marcus Marcus Aurelius, Meditations

  1. Marcianus Institutes

Philodemus

  1. Anger On Anger

  2. Vices On Vices

  3. Grat On Gratitude

  4. Rhet Rhetoric

  5. Sto Against the Stoics

Plato

  1. Protag Protagoras

  2. Hipp Maj Hippias Major

  3. Repub Republic

  4. Euthyd Euthydemus

  5. Stat Statesman

  6. Theaet Theaetetus

  7. Laws Laws

Plutarch

  1. Virt mor De virtute morali (On moral virtue)

  2. Comm not De Communibus Notitiis (On Common Notions)

  3. Non posse Non posse suaviter vivi secundum Epicurum (That Epicurus actually makes a pleasant life impossible)

  4. Sto rep De Stoicorum repugnantiis (On Stoic self‐contradictions)

  5. Ad Col Adversus Colotem (Against [the Epicurean] Colotes)

  6. De tranq an De Tranquillitate animae (On tranquillity of mind)

Porphyry

  1. Abst De Abstinentia (On Abstinence from Meat)

Pseudo‐Plato

  1. Minos Minos

  2. SVF H. von Arnim, Stoicorum Veterum Fragmenta (Fragments of the Early Stoics)

Seneca

  1. Ira De Ira (On Anger)

  2. Ot De Otio (On Leisure)

  3. Vit Beat De Vita Beata (On the Happy Life)

  4. Ep Epistulae (Letters)

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Sextus

  1. PH Sextus Empiricus, Pyrrhōneioi Hupotupōseis (Outlines of Pyrrhonism)

  2. M Adversus Mathematicos (Against the Professors)

Simplicius

  1. in Phys Commentary on Aristotle's Physics

Stobaeus

  1. Ecl Eclogae (Selections)

  2. Flor Florilegium (Treasury)