Table of contents for Passions and moral progress in Greco-Roman thought / ed[ited by] John T. Fitzgerald.

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CONTENTS
List of Contributors						v
Preface						ix
List of Abbreviations						xi
The Passions and Moral Progress: An Introduction					1
Part I: Philosophy						46
William W. Fortenbaugh
Aristotle and Theophrastus on the Emotions						47
David E. Aune
The Problem of the Passions in Cynicism						78						
Johan C. Thom
The Passions in Neopythagorean Writings						108						
David Armstrong									
?Be Angry and Sin Not?:
Philodemus versus the Stoics on Natural Bites and Natural Emotions			128
Edgar M. Krentz
???? and ???????? in Early Roman Empire Stoics					199
Richard A. Wright
Plutarch on Moral Progress								224
Part II: Philosophy and Literature						250
S. Georgia Nugent
Passion and Progress in Ovid?s Metamorphoses					251
Loveday C.A. Alexander
The Passions in Galen and the Novels of Chariton and Xenophon			289
Part III: Philosophy and Religion						326
David Winston
Philo of Alexandria on the Rational and Irrational Emotions				327
David Charles Aune
Passions in the Pauline Epistles: The Current State of Research			365
Troels Engberg-Pedersen
The Logic of Action in Paul: How Does He Differ from the
Moral Philosophers on Spiritual and Moral Progression and Regression?		394
James Ware
Moral Progress and Divine Power in Seneca and Paul					442
L. Michael White
Moral Pathology: Passions, Progress, and Protreptic in Clement of Alexandria	470
Selected Bibliography									535
Index											600

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Philosophy, Ancient.
Emotions -- History.
Ethics -- History.