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Anthony A. Long, Curriculum Vitae
E-mail: [email protected]
Emeritus Professor of Classics and Irving G. Stone Professor of Literature, University of
California, Berkeley, 2013-

Manchester, England, August 17, 1937; naturalized citizen of the USA since 1999;
married to Monique Elias. Children, Stephen Arthur and Rebecca Jane.
High School and military service
Manchester Grammar School (Foundation Scholar), 1948-1955; conscripted into British
Army, Royal Artillery, 1955-57, retiring with rank of 2/Lieutenant.
University Education
University College London, 1957-1960. BA Classics (First class hons.) 1960. Ph.D.,
University of London, 1964. Platt prize in Greek, University College London, 1958,
1959, 1960. University of London Postgraduate Scholarship, 1960.
Academic Career
Lecturer in Classics, University of Otago, New Zealand, 1961-64.
Lecturer in Classics, University of Nottingham, 1964-66.
Lecturer in Greek and Latin, University College London, 1966-71.
Reader in Greek and Latin in the University of London at University College, 1971-73.
Gladstone Professor of Greek, University of Liverpool, Dept. of Greek, 1973-83 (last
year on leave of absence from Berkeley).
Professor of Classics, University of California, Berkeley, 1982-2013.
Irving G. Stone Professor of Literature, UCB, 1991-2013.
Affiliated Professor of Rhetoric, UCB, 1995-2013.
Affiliated Professor of Philosophy, UCB, 2005-2013.
Visiting teaching appointments and fellowships
Seminar series on Stoicism, Oxford University, 1969.
Visiting Professor of Classical Philology, University of Munich, 1973.
Senior Fellow of the Humanities Council and Old Dominion Fellow in Classics,
Princeton University, 1978.
Visiting Professor of Classics, University of California, Berkeley,1982.
Visiting Professor of Classics and Philosophy, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 1993
and 2001.
William Evans Fellow, University of Otago, New Zealand, 1995.
Visiting Professor of Classics, University of Harare, Zimbabwe, 1996.
Short-term Fellow of the Humanities Council, Princeton University, 2002.
Belle van Zuylen Professor of Philosophy, University of Utrecht, 2003.
Guest Professor of Ancient Philosophy, University of Toronto, 2004.
Seminar series on Greek philosophical theology, Yale University, 2008.
Master classes on ancient philosophy, Renmin University, Beijing, 2012.
Distinguished Visiting Professor of Philosophy, University of Hong Kong, 2013.
Named Lectureships
Horton Lecturer, Wellesley College, 1979.
Kellog Lecturer, UC Berkeley, 1985.
Gail Burnett Lecturer, California State University, San Diego, 1986.
Kardinal Mercier Professor of Philosophy, University of Leuven, Belgium, 1991.
Inaugural Lecturer, Irving Stone Professor of Literature, Berkeley and Los Angeles, 1993.
Sheila Kassman Memorial Address, University of London Institute of Classical Studies,
Corbett Lecturer, University of Cambridge, 1999.
Rosamond Kent Sprague Lecturer, University of South Carolina, 2000.
Annual lecturer, Hungarian Philosophical Society, Budapest, 2003.
Brackenridge Distinguished Professor in the Humanities, University of Texas at San
Antonio, 2003.
Harry J. Carroll Memorial Lecturer, Pomona College, 2008.
Kimball Endowed Lecturer, Whitman College, 2008.
Lennox Lecturer, Trinity University, San Antonio, 2011.
Gregory Vlastos Memorial Lecturer, Queen’s University, Ontario, 2013.
Fellowships providing grants in aid of research
Visiting membership of the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1970, 1979.
Bye Fellowship, Robinson College, Cambridge,1982.
Guggenheim Fellowship, 1986-87.
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship, 1990.
Fellowship of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin, 1991-92.
Humanities Research fellowship, Berkeley, 1986, 1991, 1996, 2000, 2004.
President's Research fellowship in the Humanities, University of California, 1999.
Fellowship of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, 2007.
Honors and awards
Cromer Greek prize of the British Academy, 1968 (awarded for book: Language and
Thought in Sophocles
Senior fellow, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington DC, 1988-93.
Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, since 1989.
Gildersleeve Professor of Classics, Johns Hopkins University, 1991 (declined).
Corresponding fellow of the British Academy, since 1992.
Honorary citizen of Rhodes, Greece, since 1992.
Honorary member of Phi Beta Kappa, since 1993.
Faculty Research Lecturer, UC Berkeley, 2000.
Member of the American Philosophical Society, since 2009.
Honorary member of the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies, since 2012.
Berkeley citation, 2013.
Editorial appointments
Editor, The Bulletin, University College London, 1971-73.
Co-Editor, Classical Quarterly, 1975-1981.
Editorial board member, Classical Antiquity, 1987-1990.
Advisory board member, Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, 1983-.
Advisory board member, Ancient Philosophy, 1984-.
Book Reviews advisor, Journal of the History of Philosophy, 1986-, and editorial board
member, 2004-10.
General editor (with J. Barnes), Clarendon Later Ancient Philosophers (OUP), 1990-.
General editor (with A. Bulloch, E. Gruen, A. Stewart), The Hellenistic World
(University of California Press), 1985-2012.
Editorial Committee member, University of California Press, 1987-90.
Advisory board member, The Body in Theory series, University of Michigan Press, 1996-.
Learned Society memberships
American Philological Association.
Society for Promotion of Hellenic Studies.
Aristotelian Society.
Cambridge and Oxford Philological Societies.
American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
British Academy.
American Philosophical Society.
Administrative appointments (selected)
Secretary, ‘University Week committee’, University of Otago, 1963.
President, London Classical Society, 1971-2.
Treasurer, Council of British University Classical Depts., 1971-78.
Chair, Dept. of Greek, University of Liverpool, 1973-83.
Public Orator, University of Liverpool, 1981-83.
Member of Council, Society for Promotion of Hellenic Studies, 1973-6.
Member of Council, Classical Association, 1975-8.
Member of selection committee, Mellon graduate fellowships in the humanities, 1985-90.
Chair, Dept. of Classics, University of California, Berkeley, 1986-90.
Senior Fellow, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC, 1988-93.
Member of Divisional Council of the Academic Senate, UCBerkeley, 1997-9, 2008-10.
Member of Academic Senate’s Committee on Budget and Interdepartmental relations,
Member of Council, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2013-.
I. Books:

1) Language and Thought in Sophocles. A Study of Abstract Nouns and Poetic
(Athlone Press, London, 1968): pp. xiv+186
2) Problems in Stoicism, editor (Athlone Press, London, l971; paperback repr. 1996): pp.
3) Hellenistic Philosophy. Stoics, Epicureans, Sceptics (Gerald Duckworth and Charles
Scribner's Sons, London/New York, l974; 2nd ed. Gerald Duckworth and University of
California Press, Berkeley/Los Angeles,1986): pp. x+274. Translated into Spanish (1977),
Greek (1987), Italian (1991), Hungarian (1998), Korean (2001), Japanese (2003), Czech
(2003). Pp. 14-74 reprinted as ‘Epicurus and Epicureanism’ in D.G. Marowski, ed.,
Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism, vol. 21 (Gale, Detroit, 1997), 163-92.
4) The Hellenistic Philosophers. Vol. 1 The Principal Sources in Translation with
Philosophical Commentary
. With D.N. Sedley (Cambridge University Press, 1987, and
later reprints): pp. xv+512 translated into German (2000), French (2001).
(5) The Hellenistic Philosophers. Vol. 2 Greek and Latin Texts with Notes and
. With D.N. Sedley (Cambridge University Press, 1987 and later reprints):
pp. x+512.
6) Theophrastus of Eresus. On His Life and Work, Rutgers University Studies in
Classical Humanities, vol. 2, co-ed. with W.W. Fortenbaugh and P.M. Huby (Transaction
Books, New Brunswick, 1985): pp. ix+355.
7) The Question of Eclecticism. Studies in later Greek Philosophy, co-ed. with J. Dillon
(University of California Press, 1988, repr. 1996): pp. xv+271.
8) Hierocles Elementa Moralia, with G. Bastianini, in Corpus dei papiri filosofici greci e
, Vol. 1** (Florence, 1992): pp. 268-441.
9) Images and Ideologies: Self-Definition in the Hellenistic World, co-ed. with A.W.
Bulloch, E.S. Gruen, and A. Stewart (University of California Press, 1993): pp. viii+414.
10) Stoic Studies (Cambridge University Press, 1996; repr. University of California Press, 2001): pp. xvi +309. 11) The Cambridge Companion to Early Greek Philosophy, editor (Cambridge University Press, 1999): pp. xxxii+413. Translated into German (2001), Greek (2005), Portuguese (2008); Chinese edition 2006. 12) Epictetus, A Stoic and Socratic Guide to Life (Clarendon Press, Oxford 2002; repr. 2004): pp. xiv+310. 13) From Epicurus to Epictetus. Studies in Hellenistic and Roman Philosophy (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 2006): pp. xiv+439. 14) M. Frede, A Free Will. Origins of the Notion in Ancient Thought, ed. (University of California Press, 2011): pp. xiv+206 II Contributions to books and conference proceedings 15) 'Language and thought in Stoicism', in Problems in Stoicism (see 2 above), 75-113. 16) 'Freedom and determinism in the Stoic theory of human action', ibid., 173-99. 17) Articles on Sophocles and Plutarch for Cassell's Encyclopaedia of World Literature, ed. J. Buchanan-Brown (ed. 2, London, 1973), vol. 3, 337-8, 542-3. 18) 'Psychological ideas in Antiquity' in Dictionary of the History of Ideas, ed. P. Wiener (Scribner's, New York, 1973), vol. 4, 1-9. 19) ‘Ethics of Stoicism’, ibid., 319-22. 20) 'Empedocles' Cosmic Cycle in the 'Sixties', in The Pre-Socratics, ed. A.P.D. Mourelatos (Doubleday, New York, l974; 2nd. ed. Princeton, 1993), 397-425 21) 'The principles of Parmenides' cosmogony', in Studies in Presocratic Philosophy, vol. 2, eds. R.E. Allen/D.J. Furley (Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1975), 82-101 (revised reprint of article in Phronesis 8 [1963], 90-107). 22) 'The early Stoic concept of moral choice', in Symbolae vol. 1. Images of Man in Ancient and Medieval Thought, ed. F. Bossier et al. (Leuven University Press, Belgium, 1977), 79-92. 23) 'Dialectic and the Stoic sage', in The Stoics, ed. J.M. Rist (University of California Press, 1978), 101-24. 24) 'The Stoic doctrine of truth and the true', in Les stoiciens et leur logique, ed. J. Brunschwig (Vrin, Paris, l978), 297-3l5. Repr. and revised in 2nd edition of Les stoiciens et leur logique (Vrin, Paris, 2006), 61-78. 25) 'Aristotle and the history of Greek skepticism', in Studies in Aristotle, ed. D.J. O’Meara (The Catholic University of America Press, Washington D.C., 1981), 79-106. Repr. in T. Irwin, ed., Classical Philosophy. Collected Papers (Garland, New York, 1995), vol. 7, 407-34. 26) 'Astrology: arguments pro and contra', in Science and Speculation. Studies in Hellenistic Theory and Practice, ed. J. Barnes et al. (Cambridge University Press and Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, Paris,1982), 165-92. 27) 'Epictetus and Marcus Aurelius', in Ancient Writers, ed. T.J. Luce (Scribner's, New York, l982), vol. 2, 985-1002. Excerpts reprinted in Epictetus. The Discourses, ed. C. Gill (Everyman, London, 1995), 338-40. 28) 'Arius Didymus and the exposition of Stoic ethics', in On Stoic and Peripatetic Ethics. The Work of Arius Didymus Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities, vol. 1, ed. W.W. Fortenbaugh (Transaction Books, New Brunswick, l983), 41-66. 29) 'Methods of argument in Gorgias' Palamedes', in The Sophistic Movement, ed. K.J. Voudouris. Papers of the Greek Philosophical Society (Athens, 1984), 233-41. 30) 'Early Greek philosophy', in The Cambridge History of Greek Literature, eds. P.E. Easterling/B.M.W. Knox (Cambridge University Press, 1985), 245-57, 751-58. 31) ‘Aristotle’, ibid., 527-40, 805-810. 32) ‘Post-Aristotelian philosophy’, ibid. 622-41, 835-56. 30a-32a) The last three articles reprinted in The Cambridge History of Classical Literature, vol. 1, Part 3, Philosophy, History and Oratory, eds. P.E. Easterling/B.M.W. Knox (Cambridge University Press, 1989), 1-13, 115-56, 178-205. 33) 'Thinking about the cosmos: Greek philosophy from Thales to Aristotle', in The Greek World, ed. R. Browning (Thames & Hudson, London, l985), 10l-114. 34) 'Pro and contra fratricide: Aeschylus, Septem 653-719', in Studies in Honour of T.B.L. Webster, eds. J.Betts/J.T. Hooker (Bristol Classical Press, Bristol, 1986), vol. 1, 179-89. 35) 'Epicureans and Stoics', in Classical Mediterranean Spirituality, ed. A.H. Armstrong (Crossroad, New York, 1986), 135-53. 36) ‘Pleasure and social utility: the virtues of being Epicurean', in Aspects de la Philosophie Hellénistique, eds. H. Flashar/O. Gigon. Entretiens sur l'antiquité classique, vol. xxxii. (Vandoeuvres- Geneva, 1986), 283-324, Repr. in The Burnett Lectures, ed. E.N. Genovese (San Diego State University, San Diego, 1993), 102-29. 37) 'Ptolemy On the Criterion: an epistemology for the practising scientist', in The Question of Eclecticism (see 7 above), 176-207. Repr. in The Criterion of Truth, eds. P.Huby/G.Kneale (Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, 1989), 151-78. 38) Contributions to ‘On the kriterion and hegemonikon’, in The Criterion of Truth, eds. P. Huby/G. Kneale (Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, 1989), 179-230. 39) 'Scepticism about gods in Hellenistic philosophy', in Cabinet of the Muses, eds. M. Griffith/D.J. Mastronarde (Scholars Press, Atlanta,1990), 279-91. 40) 'Representation and the self in Stoicism', in Companions to Ancient Thought. Psychology, ed. S. Everson (Cambridge University Press, 1991), 102-120. Excerpt repr. in Epictetus. The Discourses, ed. C. Gill (Everyman, London,1995), 342-44. 41) Articles on Cynics, Cyrenaics, Hellenistic ethics and Roman ethics, in L.C. Becker/C.B. Becker, eds., The Encyclopaedia of Ethics (Garland, New York, 1992), vol. 1, 234-38; 467-80; second edition (Routledge, New York, 2001) vol. 1, 368-72; vol. 2, 396-409. 42a) ‘Hellenistic ethics’, in L.C. Becker/ C.B. Becker, eds., A History of Western Ethics (Garland, New York, 1992), 21-32. 42b) ‘Roman ethics, ibid., 33-44. 43) 'Hellenistic Ethics and Philosophical Power', in P. Green, ed., Hellenistic History and Culture (University of California Press, Berkeley, 1993), 138-56, 162-67. 44) 'Stoic Readings of Homer', in R.Lamberton/J.J. Keaney, eds., Homer's Ancient Readers (Princeton University Press, 1992), 41-66. Repr. in A. Laird, ed. Oxford Readings in Classical Studies: Ancient Literary Criticism (Oxford University Press, 2006), 211-37. 45) with G. Bastianini, ‘Dopo la nuova edizione degli Elementi di Etica di Ierocle Stoico’, in Studi su codici e papiri filosofici (Olschki, Florence, 1992), 221-49. 46) 'Introduction' to Part V of (9) above [1993], 299-302. 47) 'Hierocles on oikeiosis and self-perception', in K. J. Voudouris, ed., Hellenistic Philosophy vol. I (International Center for Philosophy and Culture, Athens, 1993), 93-104. 48) 'Cicero's Plato and Aristotle', in J. Powell, ed., Cicero the Philosopher (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1995), 37-61. 49) ‘Cicero’s politics in De officiis’, in A. Laks/M. Schofield, eds., Justice and Generosity. Studies in Hellenistic Social and Political Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 1995), 213-40. 50) ‘Notes on Hierocles Stoicus apud Stobaeum’, in M.S. Funghi, ed., Le vie della ricerca. Studi in honore di Francesco Adorno (Olschki, Florence, 1996), 299-309. 51) 'Skepsis; Skeptizismus', in K. Gründer, ed., Historisches Wörterbuch der Philosophie Band 9 (Schwabe, Basel, 1996), 938-50. 52) 'Stoic psychology and the elucidation of language', in G. Manetti, ed., Knowledge Through Signs (Brepols, Brussels, 1996), 109-31. 53) 'Theophrastus' De sensibus on Plato', in K.A. Algra et al., eds., Polyhistor. Studies in the History and Historiography of Ancient Philosophy (Brill, Leiden, 1996), 345-62. 54) 'The Socratic tradition: Crates, Diogenes and Hellenistic ethics', in R.B. Branham/ M-O. Goulet- Cazé, eds., The Cynics (University of California Press,1996), 28-46. 55) 'Théories du Langage', in J. Brunschwig/ G. Lloyd, eds., Le Savoir Grec (Flammarion, Paris, 1996), 552-68. Translated into English as ‘Language’ in J.Brunschwig/G.Lloyd, eds., Greek Thought (Harvard University Press, 2000), 338-54. 56) 'Allegory in Philo and etymology in Stoicism: A plea for drawing distinctions', in D. Runia, ed., The Studia Philonica Annual 9 (1997), 198-210. 57) Articles on Hierocles and Ptolemy in D. Zeyl, ed., Encyclopaedia of Classical Philosophy (Greenwood Press, Westport, 1997), 269-70, 459-63. 58) 'Lucretius on nature and the Epicurean self', in K.A. Algra et al., eds., Lucretius and his Intellectual Background (Royal Dutch Academy, Amsterdam, 1997), 125-39. 59) 'Stoic philosophers on persons, property and community', in R. Sorabji, ed., Aristotle and After, BICS suppl. 68 (University of London, 1997), 13-32. 60) 'Plato's Apologies and Socrates in the Theaetetus', in J. Gentzler, ed., Method in Ancient Philosophy (Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1998), 113-36. 61) 'Theophrastus and the Stoa', in J. van Ophuijsen/M. van Raalte, eds., Theophrastus. Reappraising the Sources. Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities, vol. 8 (Transaction Publishers, New Brunswick,1998), 355-83. 62) Articles on Zeno, Epicurus, Pyrrho, Cicero, Epictetus, Marcus Aurelius, Sextus Empiricus, in R. Arrington, ed., A Companion to the Philosophers (Blackwell, Oxford, 1999), 148-9, 192-3, 237-43, 455-6, 511-13. 63) 'Hellenistic Philosophy' in R. Popkin, ed., The Columbia History of Western Philosophy (Columbia University Press, New York, 1999), 74-90. 64) 'The lives and writings of the early Greek philosophers' in 11 above [1999], xvii-xxix. 65) 'The scope of Early Greek Philosophy' in 11 above [1999], 1-21. 66) ' Stoic psychology' in K.Algra et al., eds., The Cambridge History of Hellenistic Philosophy (Cambridge university Press, 1999), 560-84. 67) ‘The Socratic legacy’, ibid., 617-41. 68) Articles on Heraclitus, Cratylus, Psyche and Nous, in E. Craig, ed. The Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy (London, 2000). 69) 'Stoic reactions to Plato's Cratylus' in M. Canto-Sperber/P. Pellegrin, eds., Le Style de la Pensée. Recueil de textes en hommage à Jacques Brunschwig (Les Belles Lettres, Paris, 2002), 395-413. 70) Zeno's epistemology and Plato's Theaetetus', in T. Skaltsas/A.S. Mason, eds., The Philosophy of Zeno (Larnaka, Cyprus, 2002), 113-132. 71) 'Roman Philosophy' in D. Sedley, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2003), 184-210. 72) 'Stoicism in the philosophical tradition: Spinoza, Lipsius, Butler', in J. Miller/B. Inwood, eds., Hellenistic and Early Modern Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2003), 7-29. Co-printed in B. Inwood, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Stoicism (Cambridge University Press, 2003), 365-92. 73) 'The Socratic imprint on Epictetus' philosophy', in S.K. Strange/J. Zupko, eds., Stoicism. Traditions and Transformations (Cambridge University Press, 2004), 10-31. Trans, into French in G. Romeyer-Dherbey/J.-B. Gourinat, eds., Les stoiciens (Vrin, Paris, 2004), 403-26. 74) Summary of 73 in V. Karasmanis, ed., Socrates. 2400 Years since his Death (European Cultural Center of Delphi, 2004), 449-50. 75) 'Law and nature in Greek thought', in M. Gagarin/D. Cohen, eds., The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Law (Cambridge University Press, 2005), 412-30. 76) 'Platonic souls as persons' in R. Salles, ed., Metaphysics, Soul, and Ethics in Ancient Thought. Themes from the Work of Richard Sorabji (Oxford University Press, 2005), 173-91. 77) ' Stoic linguistics, Plato's Cratylus, and Augustine's De dialectica', in D. Frede/B. Inwood, eds., Language and Learning. Philosophy of Language in the Hellenistic Age (Cambridge University Press, 2005), 36-55. 78) ‘How does Socrates' divine sign communicate with him?,’ in S. Ahbel-Rappe/R. Kamtekar, eds., A Companion to Socrates (Blackwell, Oxford, 2006), 63-74. 79 'Plato and Hellenistic philosophy', in H. Benson, ed., A Companion to Plato (Blackwell, Oxford, 2006), 418-33. 80) ‘Stoic communitarianism and normative citizenship’, in D. Keyt/F.D. Miller, eds., Freedom, Reason, and the Polis: Essays in Ancient Greek Political Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, 2007), 241-61. Co-printed in Social Philosophy & Policy Foundation 24,2, 241-61. 81) ‘Williams on Greek literature and philosophy’ in A. Thomas, ed., Bernard Williams (Cambridge University Press, 2007), 155-80. 82) ‘Philo on Stoic physics’ in F. Alesse, ed., Philo of Alexandria and Post-Aristotelian Philosophy (Brill, Leiden, 2008), 121-40. 83) ‘L’ Ethique: continuité et innovations’, in J. Barnes/J.-B. Gourinat, eds., Lire les stoiciens (Presses universitaires de Paris, 2009), 171-91. 84) ‘Heraclitus on measure and the explicit emergence of rationality’, in D.Frede/B.Reis, eds., Body and Soul in Ancient Philosophy (De Gruyter, Berlin, 2009), 87-110. Repr. In D. Sider/D. Obbink, eds., Doctrine and Doxography. Studies on Heraclitus and Pythagoras (DeGruyter, 2013), 201-24. 85) ‘Seneca on the self: why now?’, in S. Bartsch/D.Wray, eds., Seneca and the Self (Cambridge University Press, 2009), 20-36. 86) ‘Later ancient ethics’, in J. Skorupski, ed., The Routledge Companion to Ethics (2010), 62-72. 87) ‘Cosmic craftsmanship in Plato and Stoicism’, in B. Mohr/R. Sattler, eds., One Book. The Whole Universe. Plato’s Timaeus Today (Parmenides Press, Las Vegas, 2010), 37-54. 88) ‘Socrates in later Greek philosophy’, in D. Morrison, ed. The Cambridge Companion to Socrates (Cambridge University Press, 2011), 355-80. 89) ‘Philosophers as poets and poets as philosophers: Parmenides, Plato, Lucretius, Wordsworth, in P. Marzillo et al., eds., Para/Textuelle Verhandlungen zwischen Dichtung and Philosophie in der frühen Zeuzeit (DeGruyter, Berlin, 2011), 293-308. 90) ‘Aristotle on eudaimonia, nous, and divinity’, in J. Miller, ed., A Critical Guide to Aristotle’s Ethics (Cambridge University Press, 2011), 92-114. 91) ‘Bentham, Mill, and Sidgwick on Epicurean hedonism’, in M. Erler/ W. Rother, eds, Philosophie der Lust. Studien zum Hedonismus (Schwabe, Basel, 2012), 297-316. 92) ‘The self in the Meditations’, in M. Van Ackeren, ed. A Companion to Marcus Aurelius (Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, 2012), 465-80. 93) ‘Daimon’, in G.A. Press, ed., The Continuum Companion to Plato (Continuum, London, 2012), 152-54. 94) ‘Slavery as philosophical metaphor in Plato and Xenophon’, in R. Patterson et al., eds., Presocratics and Plato. Festschrift of Delphi in Honor of Charles Kahn (Parmenides Publishing, Las Vegas, 2012), 351-66. 95) ‘Friendship and friends in the Stoic theory of the good life’, in D. Caluori, ed. Thinking about Friendship. Historical and Contemporary Philosophical Perspectives (Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2013), 218-39. 96) ‘The eclectic Pythagoreanism of Alexander Polyhistor’, in M. Schofield, ed. Plato, Aristotle, and Pythagoreanism in the First Century BC. New Directions for Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2013), 139-59. III Articles in classical, philosophical, and humanities journals 97) 'Sophocles, Trachiniae 539-40', Classical Review NS 13.2 (1963), 128-9. 98) 'The Principles of Parmenides' Cosmogony', Phronesis 8 (1963), 90-107. 99) 'Abstract Terminology in Sophocles: some uses of -sis nouns', AUMLA (Journal of the Australasian Modern Languages Association) 2l (l964), 53-64. 100) 'Sophocles, Electra 1251-2', Classical Review NS 14.2 (1964), 130-2. 101) 'Sophocles' Ajax 68-70, a reply to Professor Fraenkel', Museum Helveticum 2l (l964), 228-3l. 102) ‘Thinking and sense-perception in Empedocles: mysticism or materialism?’, Classical Quarterly 16, 256-76. 103) ‘Carneades and the Stoic telos’, Phronesis 15, 59-90. Repr. in T. Irwin, ed., Classical Philosophy. Collected Papers, vol. 8 (Garland, New York, 1995), 377-408 104) 'Poisonous growths in Trachiniae', Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 8 (1967), 275-8 105) 'Aristotle, De anima 424b31-425a5', Hermes 96 (1968), 372-4 106) 'Aristotle's legacy to Stoic ethics', Bulletin of the London University Institute of Classical Studies, 15 (l968), 72-85. Repr. in T. Irwin, ed., Classical Philosophy. Collected Papers (Garland, New York, 1995), vol. 5, 378-91 107) 'The Stoic concept of evil', Philosophical Quarterly l8 (1968), 329-43 108) 'Morals and values in Homer’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 90 (1970), 121-39. Repr. in I.J. F. de Jong, ed., Homer Critical Assessments, vol. 2 (London/New York, 1999), 305-331 109) 'Stoic determinism and Alexander of Aphrodisias De fato (i-xiv)', Archiv für Geschichte der Philosophie 52 (1970), 246-66. 110) 'The logical basis of Stoic ethics', Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (1970- 71), 85-104. 111) 'Aisthesis, prolepsis and linguistic theory in Epicurus', Bulletin of the University of London Institute of Classical Studies l8 (1971), 114-33. 112) 'Alexander of Aphrodisias, De fato 190.26 ff.', Classical Quarterly NS 25 (1975), 113) 'Heraclitus and Stoicism', Philosophia 5/6 (1975/6), 134-56. Repr. in T. Irwin, ed., Classical Philosophy. Collected Papers (Garland, New York, 1995), vol. 1, 179-99. 116) 'Chance and natural law in Epicureanism', Phronesis 22 (1977), 63-88. 117) 'Sophocles OT 879-81', Liverpool Classical Monthly 3 (1978), 49-53. 118) 'Timon of Phlius: Pyrrhonist and satirist', Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society 204 (1978), 68-90. 119) 'Sextus Empiricus on the criterion of truth', Bulletin of the University of London Institute of Classical Studies 25 (1978), 35-49. 120) 'Stoa and Sceptical Academy: origins and growth of a tradition', Liverpool Classical Monthly 5 (l980), 16l-74, summarized in Proceedings of the Classical Association 76 (1979), 27-8. 121) ‘Soul and body in Stoicism’, in Colloquy 36 of Center for Hermeneutical Studies (Berkeley, California, 1980), 1-17. 122) 'Soul and Body in Stoicism', revised version of 121, Phronesis 27 (1982), 34-57. Repr. in T. Irwin, ed., Classical Philosophy. Collected Papers (Garland, New York, 1995), vol. 8, 154-77. 123) 'Greek ethics after Macintyre and the Stoic community of reason', Ancient Philosophy 3 (1983), l84-99; also published in Byzantina Australiensia 5 (1984), 37-56. 124) 'The Stoics on world-conflagration and everlasting recurrence', suppl. vol. 23, Southern Journal of Philosophy (1985), 13-38. 125) 'Diogenes Laertius, life of Arcesilaus', Elenchos 7 (1986), 429-50. 126) 'Socrates in Hellenistic philosophy', Classical Quarterly, 38 (1988), 150-71. 127) Reply to Jonathan Barnes, 'Epicurean signs', Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, suppl. vol. 1988, 135-44. 128) 'Stoic eudaimonism', Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy, vol. 4, 1988 (Boston, 1989), 77-101. 129) 'The harmonics of Stoic virtue', Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, suppl. vol. 1991, 97-116. 130) 'Finding oneself in Greek philosophy', Tijdschrift voor Filosofie 54 (1992), 257-79. Repr. in M. van Ackeren/J. Müller, eds., Antike Philosophie Verstehen. Understanding Ancient Philosophy (Darmstadt, 2006), 54-71. 131) 'Parmenides on thinking being', Proceedings of the Boston Area Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy vol. 12, 1996 (Boston, 1998), 125-51. Repr. in G. 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