Arius Didymus: Epitome of Stoic Ethics

Edited by Arthur Pomeroy

Editions Available: Hardcover

Area: Ancient Philosophy


Presents a work by a prominent Alexandrian philosopher, giving an individualistic example of Stoic thought as it existed in the late first century BC. Endnotes are aimed at offering continuous assistance to the reader by clarifying the translation, by explaining technical terms, and by highlighting important ethical statements as they occur. Text used for this translation and commentary is that of Wachsmuth. Includes a Greek-English glossary.