Table of contents for Stoicism & emotion / Margaret R. Graver.

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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
Evaluations and Their Objects
The Stoic Ethical Stance
Eupathic Responses
Classification by Genus
Classification by Species
Some Remaining Questions
3 Vigor and Responsibility 000
Overriding Impulses
Medea and Odysseus
Plato and Platonists
The Posidonian Objections
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
Seneca¿s Three Movements
6 Traits of Character 000
Scalar Conditions of Mind
Fondnesses and Aversions
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

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Emotions (Philosophy).