New Book: The Routledge Handbook of the Stoic Tradition (2014)

The Routledge Handbook of the Stoic Tradition

Zeno-Poster-British-MuseumEdited by John Sellars, to be published June 2014

ISBN: 978-0-415-66075-4

Introduction: Stoicism, Doctrines and Sources John Sellars

Part 1: Antiquity

  1. Stoicism in Rome Gretchen Reydams-Schils
  2. Stoic Influences on Early Christianity Troels Engberg-Pedersen
  3. Stoicism and Neoplatonism Lloyd Gerson
  4. Augustine’s Debt to Stoicism Sarah Byers
  5. Boethius and Stoicism Matthew Walz

Part 2: The Middle Ages

  1. Stoicism and Byzantine Philosophy Katerina Ieodiakonou
  2. Stoic Themes in Peter Abelard and John of Salisbury Kevin Guilfoy
  3. Stoicism in Later Medieval Philosophy Mary Beth Ingham

Part 3: Renaissance and Reformation

  1. Recovery of Stoicism in the Renaissance Ada Palmer
  2. Stoicism and Humanism Letizia Pannizza
  3. Stoic Themes in Fifteenth Century Philosophy Jill Kraye
  4. Erasmus and Calvin on Stoicism Barbara Pitkin
  5. Justus Lipsius and Neostoicism Jacqueline Lagrée
  6. Shakespeare and Early English Literature Andrew Shifflett

Part 4: Early Modern Europe

  1. Medicine for the Mind in Early Modern Philosophy Guido Giglioni
  2. Stoic Themes in Early Modern French Thought Michael Moriarty
  3. Spinoza and Stoicism Jon Miller
  4. Stoic Themes in Leibniz David Forman
  5. Early Modern Science Dana Jalobeanu
  6. Stoicism in the French Enlightenment Ed Andrew
  7. Stoicism and the Scottish Enlightenment Christian Maurer
  8. Kant and Stoic Ethics José Torralba and Daniel Doyle

Part 5: Recent Impact

  1. Stoicism in Nineteenth Century German Philosophy Michael Ure
  2. Stoic Themes in Romantic Literature Simon Swift
  3. Stoicism in Victorian Culture Heather Ellis
  4. Stoicism in American Literature Kenneth Sacks
  5. Stoic Themes in Twentieth Century Ethics Christopher Gill
  6. Stoicism and Twentieth Century French Philosophy Thomas Benatouil
  7. The Stoic Influence on Modern Psychotherapy Donald Robertson

Appendix: Transmission of Stoic Texts, A Bibliographical Essay John Sellars.

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