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The Morality of Happiness
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Ethics and human action in early Stoicism
This book reconstructs in detail the older Stoic theory of the psychology of action, discussing it in relation to Aristotelian, Epicurean, Platonic, and some of the more influential modern theories.Expand
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Reading Seneca: Stoic Philosophy at Rome
Introduction 1. Seneca in his Philosophical Milieu 2. Seneca and Psychological Dualism 3. Politics and Paradox in Seneca's De Beneficiis 4. Rules and Reasoning in Stoic Ethics 5. The Will in SenecaExpand
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Ariel: augmenting paper engineering drawings
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Ariel is an example of a new approach to user interfaces called Augmented Reality (see Wellner et al., 1993). Expand
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Hierocles: Theory and Argument in the Second Century AD
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Stoic Moral Psychology
Moral psychology addresses itself to the interface between ethics and psychology. One of the basic principles of moral psychology is the apparently trivial one, that all ethically correct actionsExpand
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The Poem of Empedocles
This revised edition of The Poem of Empedocles (1992) integrates substantial new material from a recently discovered papyrus and published by A. Martin and O. Primavesi. The papyrus contains evidenceExpand
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Goal and Target in Stoicism
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