- Title Pages
- 1 Emotion As Cognitive and Its Therapy
- 2 The Emotions As Value Judgements In Chrysippus
- 3 Seneca's Defence
- 4 Seneca's Defence
- 5 The Arts
- 6 Posidonius On the Irrational Forces In Emotion
- 7 Posidonius
- 8 Posidonius
- 9 Aspasius and Other Objections To Chrysippus
- 10 What Is Missing From the Judgemental Analysis?
- 11 The Role Of Analytic Philosophy In Stoic Cognitive Therapy
- 12 Stoic Indifference: A Barrier To Therapy?
- 13 The Case For and Against Eradication Of Emotion
- 14 The Traditions Of Moderation and Eradication
- 15 How the Ancient Exercises Work
- 16 Exercises Concerned With Time and the Self
- 17 Physiology and the Non‐Cognitive Galen's Alternative Approach to Emotion
- 18 Sex, Love, and Marriage In Pagan Philosophy and the Use Of Catharsis
- 19 Catharsis and the Classification Of Therapies
- 20 Emotional Conflict and the Divided Self
- 21 The Concept Of Will
- 22 First Movements As Bad Thoughts
- 23 From First Movements To the Seven Cardinal Sins Evagrius
- 24 First Movements In Augustine
- 25 Christians On Moderation Versus Eradication
- 26 Augustine On Lust and the Will
- Bibliography Of Secondary Sources Mentioned
- Index Of Ancient Thinkers
- Index Locorum
- Subject and Name Index
Judgements Not Necessary for Emotion Disowned Judgements, Animals, Music
- (p.121) 8 Posidonius
- Emotion and Peace of Mind
Richard Sorabji (Contributor Webpage)
- Oxford University Press
Posidonius denied that Chrysippus' judgements were necessary for emotion in the cases mentioned in Chapter 4 of disowned judgements, animals or infants, and response to wordless music. There may more often be some appearance of good or bad, but not always judgement in Chrysippus' sense of assent to appearance.
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