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36. three (1989), 1365-78. Zeno person Stoics For Zeno see the hot choice of papers: T. Scaltsas & A. S. Mason (eds), The Philosophy of Zeno: Zeno of Citium and his Legacy (Larnaka: The Municipality of Larnaka, 2002). word additionally: Erskine, A. Zeno and the start of Stoicism, Classics eire 7 (2000), 51-60. Hunt, H. A. okay. A actual Interpretation of the Universe: The Doctrines of Zeno the Stoic (Carlton: Melbourne collage Press, 1976). Rist, J. M. "Zeno and the Origins of Stoic Logic", in Les Stoiciens et leur logique, J. Brunschwig (ed. ), 387-400 (Paris: Vrin, 1978). Rist, J. M. "Zeno and Stoic Consistency", Phronesis 22 (1977), 161-74. Schofield, M. "The Syllogisms of Zeno of Citium", Phronesis 33 (1983), 31-58. Sparshott, F. E. "Zeno on artwork: Anatomy of a Definition", within the S toics, J. M. Rist (ed. ), 273-90 (Berkeley, CA: college of California Press, 1978). Chrysippus For Chrysippus, within the first example see J. B. Gould, The Philosophy of Chrysippus (Leiden: Brill, 1970). For a few specific issues see: Bobzien, S. Chrysippus and the Epistemic concept of Vagueness", complaints of the Aristotelian Society 102 (2002), 217-38. Bobzien, S. "Chrysippus' Modal common sense and its Relation to Philo and Diodorus", in Dialektiker und Stoiker, ok. Döring & T. Ebert (eds), sixty three- eighty four (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner, 1993). Bobzien, S. "Chrysippus' idea of Causes", in issues in Stoic Philosophy, okay. Ierodiakonou (ed,), 196-242 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1999). Bowin, J. "Chrysippus' Puzzle approximately Identity", Oxford reports in historic Philosophy 24 (2003), 239-51. Tieleman, T. Chrysippus' On Affections: Reconstruction and Interpretation (Leiden: Brill, 2003). Todd, R. B. "Chrysippus on endless Divisibility", Apeiron 7 (1973), 121-34. Posidonius Cooper, J. M. "Posidonius on Emotions", in his cause and Emotion, 449-84 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton college Press, 1999). Edelstein, L. "The Philosophical approach of Posidonius", American magazine of Philology fifty seven (1936), 286-325. Kidd, I. G. "Posidonius on Emotions", in difficulties in Stoicism, A. A. lengthy (ed. ), 200-215 (London: Athlone, 1971). Kidd, I. G. "Posidonius and Logic", in Les Stoïciens et leur logique, J. Brunschwig (ed. ), 273-83 (Paris: Vrin, 1978). Kidd, I. G. "Posidonius as Philosopher-Historian", in Philosophia Togata, M. Griffin & J. Barnes (eds), 38-50 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1989). Seneca Seneca has acquired a lot recognition. For a learn of Senecas idea within the context of his existence see M. Griffin, Seneca: A thinker in Politics (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1976). Brad Inwood has released a chain of beneficial experiences of Seneca, now accrued jointly in B. Inwood, interpreting Seneca: Stoic Philosophy at Rome (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2005). be aware additionally the next very short choice: Asmis, E. "Seneca's 'On the chuffed existence' and Stoic Individualism", Apeiron 23 (1990), 219-55. Cooper, J. M. "Moral conception and ethical development: Seneca", in his wisdom, Nature, and the nice, 309-34 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton college Press, 2004). Costa, C. D. N. (ed. ) Seneca (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1974).