Table of contents ; Preface ; Notes on Contributors ; Plato ; 1. The life of Protarchus' choosing: Plato Philebus 20b-22c ; Verity Harte ; 2. Fools' pleasures in Plato's Philebus ; Jennifer Whiting ; 3. Did Plato's cosmos literally begin? ; Sarah Broadie ; Aristotle's ethics and practical reasoning ; 4. A swarm of virtues: on the unity and completeness of Aristotle's scheme of character-virtues ; Dorothea Frede ; 5. Justice and the laws in Aristotle's ethics ; Mi-Kyoung Lee ; 6. Aristotle on how to fell a tree and other matters involving experience ; Dana Miller ; Aristotelian logic ; 7. Deduction in Sophistici Elenchi 6 ; Marko Malink ; 8. Boethus and finished syllogisms ; Jonathan Barnes ; 9. Alexander of Aphrodisias on Aristotle's theory of the Stoic indemonstrables ; Susanne Bobzien ; Hellenistic ethics ; 10. Why there are ends of both goods and evils in ancient ethical theory ; James Allen ; 11. Ancient goods: the tria genera bonorum in ethical theory ; Brad Inwood ; 12. The Philosophical Ambitions of Seneca's Letters ; John Schafer ; Hellenistic epistemology ; 13. The epistemology of Ptolemy's On the criterion ; Mark Schiefsky ; 14. Compulsions of Stoic assent ; Charles Brittain ; 15. Sextus Empiricus on Persuasiveness and Equipollence ; Svavar Hrafn Svavarsson ; Bibliography for Gisela Striker ; Subject Index ; Index of Names ; Index Locorum
Mi-Kyoung (Mitzi) Lee received her PhD from Harvard in 1996. She taught at the University of Illinois at Chicago from 1996 until 2005, when she took up her current position at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She has held visiting positions at the University of Chicago and Harvard University. Professor Lee works in the area of ancient Greek and Roman philosophy. She is the author of Epistemology after Protagoras: Responses to Relativism in Plato, Aristotle, and Democritus (OUP, 2005), as well as numerous articles in ancient philosophy.