- Title Pages
- Bibliography of Works by Miriam T. Griffin
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: Philosophy and Power
- Did Socrates Agree to Obey the Laws of Athens?
- The Worth of Human Dignity: Two Tensions in Stoic Cosmopolitanism
- Cicero and the Defining of the <i>Ius Civile</i>
- Government and Law: Ulpian, a Philosopher in Politics?
- Academic Therapy: Philo of Larissa and Cicero’s Project in the <i>Tusculans</i>
- Beyond Comparison: M. Sergius, <i>Fortunae Victor</i>
- Women, Power, and Philosophy at Rome and Beyond Barbara Levick
- Philosophy in the Second Sophistic
- Cicero: A Man of Letters in Politics
- <i>Deus</i> or <i>Divus:</i> The Genesis of Roman Terminology for Deified Emperors and a Philosopher's Contribution
- <i>Arcanum Imperii:</i> The Powers of Augustus
- An Emperor is Made: Senatorial Politics and Trajan’s Adoption by Nerva in 97
- ‘Foolishness to the Greeks’: Jews and Christians in the Public Life of the Empire
- Old Philosophy and New Power: Cicero in Fifth-Century North Africa
- The Creation of Orthodoxy in Neoplatonism
- Ancient Philosophers
- <i>INDEX OF ANCIENT NAMES</i>
- INDEX OF MODERN AUTHORS
- GENERAL INDEX
- Philosophy and Power in the Graeco-Roman World
- Oxford University Press
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