Arnim, H. von (1903–5) Stoicorum Veterum Fragmenta (Fragments of the Early Stoics), Leipzig: Teubner, with vol. 4, indexes, by M. Adler, 1924.
(The standard collection of early Stoic fragments, in Greek and Latin, commonly abbreviated as SVF.)
Atherton, C. (1993) The Stoics on Ambiguity, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
(Outstanding rediscovery of a sophisticated theory; technically demanding.)
Brunschwig, J. (1978) Les Stoïciens et leur logique (The Stoics and their Logic), Paris: Vrin.
(Important collection of papers.)
Burnyeat, M.F. (1982) ‘Gods and Heaps’, in Language and Logos, ed. M.
Schofield and M.
Nussbaum, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 315–38.
(Classic study of Stoic treatment of the Sorites; see §11.)
Cicero, M.T. (46) Stoic Paradoxes, in On Stoic Good and Evil: ‘De finibus’ 3 and ‘Paradoxa Stoicorum’, trans. M.R.
Wright, Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1991.
(Latin text with English translation and notes; short declamations defending six Stoic moral paradoxes.)
Cicero, M.T. (45) On Ends, book III, in On Stoic Good and Evil: ‘De finibus’ 3 and ‘Paradoxa Stoicorum’, trans. M.R.
Wright, Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1991.
(Latin text with English translation and notes; an outstandingly lucid defence of Stoic ethics.)
Cicero, M.T. (45) On the Nature of the Gods, trans. H.
Rackham, Loeb Classical Library, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press and London: Heinemann, 1933.
(Latin text with English translation; books II–III are a report and critique of Stoic theology.)
Cicero, M.T. (
) On Divination, trans. W.A.
Falconer, Loeb Classical Library, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press and London: Heinemann, 1923.
(Latin text with English translation; defence, followed by a critique, of Stoic belief in divination.)
Cicero, M.T. (
) On Fate, trans. R.W.
Sharples, Warminster: Aris & Phillips, 1991.
(Latin text with English translation; includes much of our best information on the Stoic doctrine of fate, see also §§20–1.)
Colish, M.L. (1985) The Stoic Tradition from Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages. I, Stoicism in Classical Latin Literature
(A very thorough survey of Stoic influence.)
early 3rd century
) Lives of the Philosophers, trans. R.D.
Hicks, Diogenes Laertius Lives of Eminent Philosophers, Loeb Classical Library, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1925, 2 vols.
(Greek text with English translation; book VII, in volume 2, contains the lives of the leading Stoics, along with much doxographical and other information.)
Monachou, M. (1976) The Stoic Arguments for the Existence and Providence of the Gods, Athens: National University Press.
(Valuable study of Stoic theological arguments.)
Epp, R.H. (1985) Spindel Conference 1984: Recovering the Stoics, suppl. vol. 23, Southern Journal of Philosophy.
(Collection of articles on Stoicism, together with a comprehensive bibliography.)
Erskine, A. (1990) The Hellenistic Stoa, London: Duckworth.
(A challenging reinterpretation of Stoic political thought and practice.)
Frede, M. (1974) Die stoische Logik (Stoic Logic), Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
(The best study of Stoic logic.)
Hülser, K. (1987) Die Fragmente zur Dialektik der Stoiker (The Fragments on the Dialectic of the Stoics), Stuttgart and Bad Cannstatt: Frommann-Holzboog, 4 vols.
(State-of-the-art collection, with German translation and commentary, of the texts bearing on Stoic dialectic; abbreviated as FDS.)
Inwood, B. (1985) Ethics and Human Action in Early Stoicism, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
(Among the most valuable studies of Stoic ethics.)
Inwood, B. and Gerson, L.P. (1988) Hellenistic Philosophy, Introductory Readings, Indianapolis, IN: Hackett.
(Includes a large body of primary texts on Stoicism, in translation.)
Kneale, W. and Kneale, M. (1962) The Development of Logic, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
(Contains what is still among the best evaluations of Stoic logic.)
Long, A.A. (1971) Problems in Stoicism, London: Athlone.
(Collection of articles, some seminal.)
Long, A.A. (1974) Hellenistic Philosophy, London: Duckworth.
(Includes what in most ways is still the best introductory study of Stoicism; very accessible.)
Long, A.A. (1996) Stoic Studies, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
(Almost complete collection of articles by the leading post-war specialist in Stoicism.)
Long, A.A. and Sedley, D.N. (1987) The Hellenistic Philosophers, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
(Volume 1 contains Stoic sources in translation with commentary; volume 2 has the original texts.)
Mates, B. (1961) Stoic Logic (2nd edn; 1st edn 1953), Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
(Largely superseded by Frede (1974), but still an exceptionally lucid and helpful introduction.)
Nussbaum, M. (1994) The Therapy of Desire, Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
(An eloquent defence of the Stoic intellectualist treatment of emotions, see also §19.)
Pohlenz, M. (1959) Die Stoa, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2nd edn, 2 vols; 1st edn, 1948.
(The classic study of the school, still not fully superseded; later editions do not alter the main text.)
Rist, J.M. (1978) The Stoics, Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
(First-rate collection of papers; includes valuable introductory accounts of Stoic cosmology and logic.)
Sambursky, S. (1959) Physics of the Stoics, New York: Macmillan.
(A classic attempt to link Stoic to modern physics.)
Sandbach, F.H. (1975) The Stoics, London: Chatto & Windus.
(An outstandingly accessible introduction.)
Sandbach, F.H. (1985) Aristotle and the Stoics, Cambridge: Cambridge Philological Society.
(Seminal but controversial critique of the view that Stoicism was indebted to Aristotle.)
Sedley, D. (1982) ‘The Stoic Criterion of Identity’, Phronesis 27: 255–75.
(On the Growing Argument and the ‘categories’; see also §6.)
) Against the Professors, books VII–XI, trans. R.G.
Bury, Loeb Classical Library, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press and London: Heinemann, 1935–6.
(Greek text with English translation; contains extensive reports of Stoic doctrine and argument.)