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<!Page. vii¿table of contents!> CONTENTS Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: Emotion and Norms for Emotion 1 1 A Science of the Mind 000 The Psychic Material The Central Directive Faculty Thought, Belief, and Action Affective Events 2 The Pathetic Syllogism 000 Emotions and Ascriptions of Value Appropriateness Evaluations and Their Objects The Stoic Ethical Stance Eupathic Responses Classification by Genus Classification by Species Some Remaining Questions 3 Vigor and Responsibility 000 Rollability Overriding Impulses Medea and Odysseus Plato and Platonists The Posidonian Objections Freedom 4 Feelings without Assent 000 Beginnings and ¿Bitings¿ at Athens The Senecan Account ¿A Requirement of the Human Condition¿ Alexandrian Propatheiai A Stoic Essential 5 Brutishness and Insanity 000 Orestes and the Phantastikon Melancholic Loss of Virtue Fluttery Ignorance Emotions as Causes Brutishness Seneca¿s Three Movements 6 Traits of Character 000 Scalar Conditions of Mind Fondnesses and Aversions Proclivities Habitudes of the Wise 7 The Development of Character 000 Empiricism and Corruption The Twofold Cause Cicero¿s Hall of Mirrors The Establishment of Traits Autonomy and Luck 8 City of Friends and Lovers 000 Concern for Others Proper Friendship and the Wise Community Friendship and Self-Sufficiency Optimistic Love Ordinary Affections 9 The Tears of Alcibiades 000 Wisdom and Remorse Strategies for Consolation The Status of Premise 2 Progressor-Pain and Moral Shame Apatheia Revisited Appendix: The Status of Confidence in Stoic Classifications 000 List of Abbreviations 000 Notes 000 Bibliography 000 Index Locorum 000 Index 000
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