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Damaskios, In Philebum, 87.4
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apatheia,freedom from,eradication of,emotion (; some emotions for stoics compatible with apatheia,esp. eupatheiai and the right kind of homosexual love Sorabji (2000) 50
bonhöffer,adolf Sorabji (2000) 50
bren,tad Sorabji (2000) 50
caution (eulabeia),stoic eupatheia Sorabji (2000) 50
chrysippus,stoic (already in antiquity,views seen as orthodox for stoics tended to be ascribed to chrysippus),eupatheia distinguished from emotion as being true judgement,not disobedient to reason and not unstable Sorabji (2000) 50
damascius,neoplatonist,pleasure of intellect a eupatheia Sorabji (2000) 50, 205
damascius,neoplatonist,switches from plato's to aristotle's definition of pleasure" Sorabji (2000) 50, 205
emotions,identified with judgements by chrysippus Sorabji (2000) 50
eupatheiai,equanimous states,applied to mystical experience Sorabji (2000) 50, 205
eupatheiai,equanimous states,distinguished from emotion (pathos) by being true judgements,not disobedient to reason and not unstable Sorabji (2000) 50
eupatheiai,equanimous states,eulabeia (caution) Sorabji (2000) 50
eupatheiai,equanimous states,eupatheia already used by plato Sorabji (2000) 50, 205
eupatheiai,equanimous states,khara (joy) Sorabji (2000) 50
eupatheiai,equanimous states,love or eupatheia,in mystical experience Sorabji (2000) 50, 205
eupatheiai,equanimous states,to intellectual pleasure Sorabji (2000) 50, 205
iamblichus,neoplatonist,rejects plotinian undescended soul except for a few individuals Sorabji (2000) 205
indifferents,preferred and dispreferred,indifferents selected,not chosen Sorabji (2000) 50
indifferents,preferred and dispreferred Sorabji (2000) 50
inwood,brad Sorabji (2000) 50
joy (khara,latin gaudium),stoic eupatheia Sorabji (2000) 50
love,mystical love as a eupatheia in plotinus Sorabji (2000) 50, 205
love,the right kind of homosexual love is not an emotion (pathos) in stoics Sorabji (2000) 50
philo of alexandria,jewish philosopher,confused with bites Sorabji (2000) 50
philo of alexandria,jewish philosopher,eupatheiai Sorabji (2000) 50
plato,aristotle corrects this Sorabji (2000) 205
plato,damascius favours aristotle's rival definition of pleasure in order to extol pleasures of intellect" Sorabji (2000) 205
plato,eupathein Sorabji (2000) 50
plato,yet pleasure seen as a process of replenishment implying lack Sorabji (2000) 205
pleasure,aristotle disagrees Sorabji (2000) 205
pleasure,but plato defines pleasure as replenishment,which implies a lack Sorabji (2000) 205
pleasure,damascius backs aristotle,in order to extol pleasures of intellect Sorabji (2000) 205
pleasure,for damascius these need involve no shock Sorabji (2000) 205
pleasure,proclus and damascius think of them as eupatheiai Sorabji (2000) 205
plotinus,neoplatonist,in another sense,only the undescended soul has apatheia Sorabji (2000) 205
plotinus,neoplatonist,part of soul undescended from intelligible world,uninterruptedly contemplates without our normally being conscious of it Sorabji (2000) 205
plotinus,neoplatonist,undescended soul rejected Sorabji (2000) 205
proclus,neoplatonist,rejects plotinus' undescended soul" Sorabji (2000) 205
reason,doxastikos (opiniative) vs. epistēmonikos (scientific) logos Sorabji (2000) 205
sage,stoic Sorabji (2000) 50
shocks; damascius Sorabji (2000) 205
shocks; plotinus Sorabji (2000) 205
will,will (boulēsis) as a eupatheia Sorabji (2000) 50
zeno of citium,stoic,hence different conception of freedom from emotion(apatheia)' Sorabji (2000) 205