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Roman ReflectionsStudies in Latin Philosophy$

Gareth D. Williams and Katharina Volk

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780199999767

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199999767.001.0001

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General Index

General Index

Source:
Roman Reflections
Publisher:
Oxford University Press
(p.302) L. Aelius Stilo53, 54
Q. Aelius Tubero150
Agamemnon226, 233, 234
Ajax117
Alexander the Great27, 135–6, 138, 150
Anaxagoras20, 44, 93, 94, 100, 102, 107, 241, 242–4, 247
Annas, Julia228, 230
Antiochus of Ascalon56, 58, 81, 83
Appius Claudius Caecus39
“appropriation” (oikeiosis)103–5
Apuleius8–9, 13, 14, 21–3, 28, 238–59
Areus the philosopher21
Aristo(n) of Chios152 n. 46, 153 n. 49, 225, 226
Aristotle2, 3, 15, 16, 22, 24, 26–8, 35, 61, 228
Aristoxenus38 and n. 12
Asinius Pollio20
M. Atilius Regulus150
Aufidius Bassus202, 204
Augustine8, 9, 58, 245, 260–74
Aulus Gellius4, 13, 28, 29, 45
Barnes, Jonathan2, 3
Barra, Giovanni253
Beaujeu, Jean244
Bion of Borysthenes225, 226
Bobzien, Susanne85–6, 87
Boyancé, Pierre57
Bradley, F. H.228
Brittain, Charles79, 80, 82, 85, 87, 90
Burke, Edmund173, 185, 186
Burkert, Walter41, 42, 44
Calcidius’ Timaeus239
G. Cassius Longinus51, 52, 55, 57, 62
cataleptic impressions78, 82–8
Catalunya228
Cicero14–19, 36, 44
Academic allegiance92
Academica78
and Cassius51–2
Ctesiphon241, 245
De finibus102–7
De officiis95–102
goals of philosophical writings56
Lucullus78
magnitudo animi and magnanimitas in161
Paradoxa Stoicorum158–61
philosophical jokes in52, 57, 61
primacy of active life106
Protagoras239
snob56, 62
as source for earlier philosophy50–62, 92–5
and study of nature91–107
Timaeus46 n. 38, 239
and Varro53–62
vision and perception in78–88
Clitomachus61
Colbert, Stephen234
Conte, Gian Biagio173 n. 2, 182
Croesus216
Cymru228
Cyrenaics267
Demades225, 226
Demaratus218
Demetrius I of Macedon (Poliorcetes)25, 158, 163, 169
Democritus44, 60, 93
Dio of Prusa92
Diodotus61
Donini, Pierluigi192
“duty” (to kathēkon)223 and n. 16
Empedocles44, 60, 61
Ennius15, 28, 40, 41, 43, 61
Epictetus2, 8, 213–37
Epicurus/Epicureanism7–8, 51–2, 72–8, 89, 160, 162 n. 19, 175, 182, 192–210
exemplarity, Senecan discourse of129–56
characteristic features of130–1, 154–5
external world skepticism260, 262
C. Fabricius Luscinus143–6, 148 and n. 37, 149 and n. 40, 150
Fama in Virgil177, 183
Farrell, Joseph246
(p.303) Favorinus28
Ficino, Marsilio240, 242, 243
flight-of-mind topos175, 180 n. 35, 251
Foucault, Michel187
Frede, Michael221
Fried, Charles229
friendship106, 194, 196, 210
M. Fulvius Nobilior43
the gap172–90, 234
gens Aemilia39
Gersh, Stephen244, 254, 255
Gill, Christopher187–8, 189
Göransson, Tryggve253
Griffin, Miriam2, 3, 57, 58, 98, 198 n. 14, 219, 220
Hardie, Philip173–5, 177, 183, 185, 190
Hegel(ian)228
Helvidius Priscus2, 8, 213–16, 218, 221–5, 227, 230, 232–4
Hermarchus201
Herodotus216, 218, 220
Hijmans, B. L.252, 258
history of philosophy, in Cicero92–5
Homer in Ennius40–1
Horace58, 59, 61, 173, 190, 245
P. Horatius Cocles143–6, 148 and n. 37, 149 and n. 40, 150
Hostius Quadra177–9
“hot” poetics182
Inwood, Brad103, 115, 149, 172, 184, 187, 190, 198, 249, 251, 253 n. 42
G. Iulius Caesar17, 33, 48, 55, 70–2, 95, 96, 137
Iulius Canus21
M. Iunius Brutus54, 55 and n. 15
Johnson, Mark5, 111
“judicious obscurity”185–6
Kahn, Charles35–6
Kamtekar, Rachana221
Kant(ian)173, 223 n. 16, 228, 230 n. 32
Kaster, Robert64
Knoche, Ulrich161
Lakoff, George5, 111, 112, 118, 127
L. Licinius Crassus92
L. Licinius Lucullus56–7, 83
L. Licinius Murena161
Long, A. A.188–90, 221, 249
Lucan48, 190
Lucretius1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 41, 50, 246, 247
on jaundice-sufferers74–5
range or perception-related terms in72
and the sublime173–90
vision and perception in72–8, 88–9
Manilius 190 and n.72
Mankin, David92
G. Marius137
Mazzoli, Giancarlo173
McElduff, Siobhán246
Menippean satire4, 54, 59–62
Menippus of Gadara53, 59, 61
Metrodorus198, 201, 206–9
Miller, James55
Moreschini, Claudio253
P. Nigidius Figulus45–8
Numa Pompilius33–4, 37–9, 41, 42 and n. 22, 43, 44, 57 n. 22
Oldfather, W. A.221
Olivier, Laurence236 nn. 39, 40
Ovid28, 33–4
Panaetius95, 157, 178, 226, 227, 231 n. 34, 236 n. 41
Papirius Fabianus20, 25, 26
Papirius Paetus16
Pericles5, 94, 100–2, 107
Phaedo, translated by Apuleius8–9, 238–59
Phidias 248
Philip II of Macedon177, 226
Philodemus55, 61, 125, 127
Pindar 27 and n.26
Plato217–19, 238–59
theory of Forms240, 243, 244, 247–59
Pliny (the elder)26–8, 40, 42, 43, 45, 69, 71, 80
Gn. Pompeius Magnus136–7, 150, 159
M. Porcius Cato (the younger)14, 17, 23, 24, 28, 102, 103, 105–6, 150, 151 n. 42, 153–4, 158–61, 164, 168–70, 171 n. 28, 184, 186–8, 219
Posidonius 139 n.23, 157
Praechter, Karl192
Priscian 8, 238 and n.1, 239–41, 245
prosōpon/persona214, 221–36, 231 n. 34
Pyrrhus of Epirus143–5
Pythagoras/Pythagoreanism4, 26, 27, 33–49, 57 n. 22, 58, 61, 93
seeing
phenomenal64, 65, 67, 69, 71, 75, 77, 81, 87, 89
prototypical64, 67, 68, 71, 72, 77, 85, 89
relational64, 65, 67, 71, 76, 77, 81, 87, 89
(p.304) Seneca
against fear of death202, 204
anger5–6, 111–26
animal metaphor in124–7
and Attalus25, 207
on crowds184 and n. 49
eclectic?192
Epicurean doctrine in Epistulae morales194–7
and Epicurus/Epicureanism7–8, 192–210
exemplarity in6, 129–56
forms of social hierarchy portrayed in162–7
greatness of soul157, 161–7
on Medea188
medical language in De constantia sapientis165–6
on Papirius Fabianus20
on Phaedra188
and philosophus19–21
physiology of anger in112–15, 118, 125
as quasi-epic unus homo177 n. 24
quotations from Epicurus/his circle197–200
sapiens/sage in6–7, 154, 155, 157–71, 172–90
“holistic” psychological model of sapiens188
perversely reflected in Hostius Quadra178
rare as phoenix184
sapiens as model of maximization183
selfhood in187–90
and Serenus158–60, 169, 170
on slaves168–9
and Sotion25
and the sublime172–90
suicide219
and Theodorus 25
Servilii Gemini86–7
Shackleton Bailey, D. R.52
Sidonius Apollinaris8, 238, 240, 241, 245, 247
Silius Italicus190
Silverman, Allan256
Skepticism260–74
Socrates24, 60, 61, 92, 100, 122, 150, 151 n. 42, 188, 204, 214, 217, 219–21, 224, 227, 241–4, 255, 263, 273
Solon216, 220
“speaking freely to kings”216–19
Statius190
Stilbo/Stilpon7, 25, 26, 158, 163, 164, 169, 170
Stoicism78, 82, 86, 157, 263–4
ethics and physics, relation of5, 91–107
“indifferents”133, 151
mind/soul and body dualism115
paradox114–15, 156, 166
selfhood187–90
state of soul after death 204 and n.30
Stoic “opposition” under Nero?216
street-philosophy55–62
sublimity
in Lucretius7, 173–87
of Senecan/Stoic sapiens7, 173–90
C. Sulpicius Galus42–3
Taylor, Astra55
Teles of Megara225, 226
M. Terentius Varro4, 14, 23, 45, 53–62
Antiquitates53
De philosophia 58 and n.25
Disciplinae58
Logistorici 59 and n.26
Menippean satires4, 54, 59–62
Thersites226
Thrasea Paetus8, 215, 216, 219
Timagoras90
translation into Latin, of Greek philosophy246–7
Turranius Rufinus241, 245
Twelve Tables36, 39
Vespasian8, 213–16, 218, 219, 222, 230
Virgil173, 175, 177, 180, 183, 185–6, 190, 199
Williams, Bernard229, 232
Wiseman, T. P.60
Wordsworth, William234 n. 36
Xenocrates26
Xerxes218
Zeller, Eduard192