The Making of Fornication: Eros, Ethics, and Political Reform in Greek Philosophy and Early Christianity

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INDEX
Ancient works are indexed, as appropriate, by author, author and title, or title. Modern works are indexed by author. Complete passage citations are provided in the notes designated.
REFERENCES TO
ANCIENT WORKS
Acts, Book of, 18–19n49, 139n52, 275n3
Aeschylus: fr. 44, 65n25, 235n53; Oresteia, 142n62
Aëtius, 68n34, 69n40, 75n63, 233n44
Alexander of Aphrodisias: De fato, 73n56; Mixt, 68n34, 230n32, 232n39; Top, 75–6n66
Ambrose, 13n35
Ambrosiaster, 147n74
Anacreon: fr. 376, 66n27; fr. 413, 66n30; fr. 428, 65n26
ps.-Andronicus, 214n59
Antipater of Sidon, 237, 237n57
Antipater of Thessalonica, 237n57
Antipater the Stoic, 30n22, 83, 83n89, 85– 6, 85n99, 87n105
Archilochus: fr. 191, fr. 193, 65n26
Aristocles, 70, 70n43
Aristophanes: Lys, 78n75
Aristotle: Anim, 102–3n19, 103–, 4n21; Gen anim, 108–9n30; NE, 79n80, 82n87; Pol, 47–8n77, 77n72
ps.-Aristotle: Virt et vit, 14n38
Aristoxenus: fr. 39, 100n15. See also Iamblichus, vit Pyth
Arius Didymus, 62n11, 63n13, 75n65, 75n66– 6, 78n77, 79n79, 200n21, 280n12
Asclepiades: G-P, 11, G-P, 14, 74n57
Athanasius, 13n35
Athenaeus, 65n25, 75nn64, 65, 237n57
Augustine: Civ dei, 234n48
Barn, 18–19n49, 139n52, 178n43
Callimachus: G-P, 4, 65n26; G-P, 8, 66n27
Catullus, 237n57
Charondas, 107n29, 108, 206, 206n33
Chrysippus: SVF vol., 2: early Stoic cosmology, 68nn34, 36, 69nn38, 39, 40, 41, 72n50 73n56, 75n63; Tatian's subversion, 230n32, 232n39, 233n44, 234n48 SVF vol., 3: early Stoic ethics, 14n38, 29n19, 60n4, 62n9, 62n11, 71n46, 72n51 73nn53, 54, 74nn58, 59, 61, 75n65 75–6n66, 76n68, 78n77, 79n79 80n83, 81n84, 81–2n85, 86n100 97n6; Philonic and Christian Platonist reworking, 200n21, 214n59 234n48, 266n54, 55, 280n12 283n20, 284n24 See also Alexander of Aphrodisias; Arius Didymus; Cicero; Dio Chrysostom; Diogenes Laertius, book, 7; Galen, PHP; LS; Sextus Empiricus; Stobaeus

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