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General Index

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 January 2023

Sergio Yona
Affiliation:
University of Missouri, Columbia
Gregson Davis
Affiliation:
Duke University, North Carolina

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Epicurus in Rome
Philosophical Perspectives in the Ciceronian Age
, pp. 204 - 208
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2023
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General Index

Aeschylus, 152153, 159
Algra, Kiempe, 170, 172, 175176, 179, 184
Amafinius, 14
ancestors
achievements of, 15, 2630
representations of, 141
Anderson, W. S., 5, 142143
animals
and transmigration of souls, 164166
resemblance of Epicureans to, 4546
Antiochus of Ascalon, 64
Aristippus, 1516
Aristotle, 16, 18, 67, 140
Asmis, Elizabeth, viii, 1, 5, 50, 71, 75, 79, 91, 93, 99, 114, 121, 137, 174, 180181, 183
Atticus
Epicureanism of, 18, 36, 5860, 98, 140
Aulus Gellius, 148, 151
Auvray-Assayas, Clara, 3
Bailey, Shackleton, 59
Bakker, Frederik, 174176
Barnes, Jonathan, 2, 169170, 173174, 180, 183184
Benferhat, Yasmina, 33, 35, 39, 57, 59, 61, 64, 67, 7273, 75, 7778, 97, 99100
Beretta, Marco, 175
Boissier, Gaston, 59
Boyle, Rebecca, 168
Caesar
and ambition, 72
and death, 7581
and familiarity with Lucretius, 7374
as threat to the Republic, 3839, 52
education of, 7374
calculus, See measurement
Callimachus
as model for Catullus, 92
as model for Philodemus, 92
Carneades, 16, 26, 55, 60, 6263
Cassandra, 160161
Cassius, 23, 31, 33, 36, 41, 5657, 61, 69, 71, 86, 98, 144
Castner, C. J., 35, 57, 59, 6568, 7374, 77, 83, 99
Catiline, 75
Cato, 55, 7071, 7677, 82
Catullus
and criticism of patrons, 95
and friendship compared to Lucretius, 97100
as crazed, 101107
as hostile to Epicureanism, 8889
as rival of Philodemus, 9094
pessimism of, 100101
Chrysippus, 1516, 82
Cicero
and anti-Epicurean rhetoric, 3944
and conversion tactics, 6068
and criticism of Caesar, 7680
and criticism of Piso, 3334, 7273, 94
and criticism of Torquatus, 3032, 3435
and Greek intellectual framework, 1422
and his sources, 2223
and Roman achievements, 2628
and Roman virtue, 2426
and the Garden, 2829
as opposed to measurement, 4853
as translator, 24
circumlocution
as rhetorical strategy, 3942, 44, 46, 54
coniunctum
vs. eventum, 158
convivium, 94
Crassus, 26, 37, 4042, 64
criteria
and philosophical allegiance, 54
criticism
of Epicurus, 48, 14, 23, 3436, 3842, 4954, 67, 6970
Dale, F. R., 74
Delattre, Daniel, 3, 16, 18, 93, 174
Demetrius Lacon, 12, 173, 176, 183184
Democritus, 1516, 39, 44, 173174, 181
desire
categories of, 114118, 126128
Diana, 152, 158
diatribe, 6, 78, 114, 129, 132, 136, 144145
Dicaearchus, 45, 67
dichotomy
between Greek and Roman thought as false, 3, 18
between philosohy and politics, 32, 71
Diodorus, 16
education, See paideia
Ennius
and Greek tragedy, 154
and Pyrrhus, 148151
as presented by Lucretius, 163167
Epictetus, viii, 26, 6162
Epicureanism
as a threat to the Republic, 39, 4750
universality of, 2
Epicurus
and death, 75, 111112
and diversity of thought, 2123
and education, 9294
as explained by Torquatus, 15
as object of worship, 4244, 56
house of, 6466
universality of, 1114, 106
eventum
and the Trojan War, 158159
vs. coniunctum, 163
excess
of desire for life, 115
of grief, 6, 115
Fabullus, 8790, 93, 9596, 104
false belief, 67, 113, 176
Fannius, 51
fiction
of Cicero’s literary works, 23, 34
First Triumvirate, 72
founding fathers
of the Garden, 16
fourfold remedy, See tetrapharmakos
Fowler, Don, 143
frank criticism, 6, 129, 145
friendship, 2022
and politics, 9498
commercialization of, 4953
Frischer, Bernard, 140
Furley, David, 170
Gale, Monica, viii, 5, 55, 128, 158
Garani, Myrto, 2
Garden, 2, 4, 7, 1920, 28, 31, 55, 61, 6364, 6667, 72, 75, 78, 85, 140, 142, 144
Gilbert, Nathan, viii, 4, 55, 72, 84
Giuffrida, Pasquale, 89
gods
as vengeful, 7
not concerned with human affairs, 1, 63
Görler, Woldemar, 64
Griffin, Miriam, 2, 59, 84
Hardie, Philip, 43
Hariman, Robert, 38
Harrison, Stephen, 153
Heraclitus, 11, 17, 91, 173
Herculaneum, 19
Holmes, Brooke, 3
Horace, 5, 46, 82, 105106, 132, 142143
inconstantia
of Cicero according to Atticus, 6970
innovation, 1920, 26, 35
Iphigenia, 151160
Jeffrey Fish, 3, 84
Kenney, 102, 131134, 136, 141, 147, 164
kitsch
and death, 135138
defined, 129131
Konstan, David, 12, 56, 100101
Krebs, Christopher, 74
Kulka, Thomas, 135136
Kundera, Milan, 130, 135, 137
L. Papirius Paetus, 61
L. Saufeius, 58, 66
Laelius, 4041, 4546, 51
language, 65
and Lucretius, 154161
as rhetorical device, 48
as sentimental, 134139
complications of, 177
in Lucretius, 145146
in Roman discourse, 2426
Lehoux, Daryn, 3
leisure, 23, 74, 96, 123
Lloyd, Geoffrey, 184
Lucretius
and Catullus, 102107
and Memmius, 6465, 9698
critical of excessive grief, 111112, 133137
graphic clarity of, 131132
ludi, 148, 151, 155, 161, 165166
Marcellus, 78, 80
Marcus Aurelius, viii, 144
marginalization
of Epicureans, 44
McConnell, 58, 61, 67, 84, 97
measurement
as threat to the Republic, 49
of pleasure and pain, 3334, 47
Memmius, 6465
and Catullus, 94100
and Lucretius, 145
Menander, 12
Merlan, Philip, 138
Metrodorus of Lampsacus, viii, 13, 16, 34, 39, 127, 140
Mitsis, Phillip, 2, 20, 24, 112
Morrison, A. D., 3
mortality
of the soul, 32, 4445, 131, 145
mos maiorum, 3, 30, 36, 39, 88
Muses, 90, 105
Nagel, Thomas, 112, 127
nature
abundance of, 116119
and the sameness of things, 119123
personified, 78, 111115
otium, See leisure
P. Sextilius Rufus, 2526, 96, 132
paideia, 37, 42
Patro, 60, 6466
patronage, 42, 91, 9495, 97
Perlwitz, Olaf, 57, 59, 71
Phaedrus, 17, 55, 61, 65, 70
Philodemus, viii, 1, 56, 1314, 18, 20, 28, 32, 34, 39, 42, 5657, 66, 7172, 8485, 8795, 97, 99100, 102104, 106107, 114115, 118, 126127, 137138, 144145
Piso
and Epicureanism, 3235
and Philodemus, 9092
as recipient of political advice, 98100
attack against, 66, 8789
attack on, 9495
platitude, See kitsch
Plato, viii, 16, 62
pleasure
and friendship, 97
and politics, 3335
and security, 2729
as basis for friendship, 1922
categories of, 115116
poetry
and Ennius, 147148
and Philodemus, 9194, 105
polemics, 12, 16, 20, 22, 28, 31
politics
and philosophy, 3134, 68, 73
Pompeii, 156
Pompey, 26, 95, 98, 161
portrayal
of Epicurus in art, 56, 140, 142
Posidonius, 82, 185
Powell, Jonathan, 24, 29, 4042, 49
putrefaction, 6, 131132, 137, 145
Pyrrhus, 148150, 166
Q. Fadius Gallus, 2526
Q. Tullius Cicero, 25, 55, 60, 6263, 68, 74
Reinhardt, Tobias, 24, 134135
religio, See superstition
rhetoric, 2732, 36, 4148, 54
Romeo, Constantina, 172, 185
Rudolph, Kelli, 174, 181
Sallust, 75, 77
Sanders, Kirk, 3, 112, 126, 137
satisfaction
of pleasure, 125
with life, 79, 111, 113
Scaevola, 42, 51, 64
Sedley, David, x, 21, 2425, 31, 57, 99, 149, 170, 175, 179
Seneca, viii, 11, 21, 30, 33, 82, 126, 144
sense perception, 170171, 175185
Sharrock, Alison, 3
Shearin, W. H., 3, 58
Sider, David, 56, 66, 8788, 9093, 102, 105, 131, 138139
Socrates, 16, 87, 140
sources, 1, 35, 2123, 31, 37, 71, 7879, 8182, 117119, 143, 169, 176, 181
Stoics, 16, 30, 42, 48, 82
Suetonius, 73, 7980
sun
and Epicurean sources, 169173
and heat, 8, 158, 169172, 177179, 182, 184
as didactic challenge, 182183
as Epicurean shibboleth, 183185
in Lucretius, 177180
size of, 168169
superstition, 13, 149, 152, 154, 175
Taormina, Daniela, 176
Taylor, Barnaby, 147, 152153, 158, 181
tetrapharmakos, 138, 144
Thomas, Carla, 88, 127, 135
Torquatus
ancestors of, 2730
and friendship, 50
and virtue, 2426
as critical thinker, 2022
inconsistency of, 3032, 3435
Venus, 91, 97, 106107, 111, 128, 148
Verde, Francesco, 125, 176
virtue, 24
and pleasure, 4851
as means for pleasure, 33
in service to the state, 37
voluptas, See pleasure
Warren, James, 5, 39, 46, 75, 80, 111112, 126127, 172
Williams, Bernard, ix, 73, 122, 126127
Woolf, Raphael, 12, 36, 72, 8081
worship
of Epicurus, 43
Xanthippe, 87, 105
Xantho, 87, 138139
Xenophon, 17
Zeno (of Citium), 1617, 66, 142
Zeno (of Sidon), 66, 144

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  • General Index
  • Edited by Sergio Yona, University of Missouri, Columbia, Gregson Davis, Duke University, North Carolina
  • Book: Epicurus in Rome
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  • Chapter DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781009281416.014
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