Kant and Stoic Ethics

Cambridge University Press (forthcoming)
  Copy   BIBTEX


The volume brings together ancient-philosophy specialists and Kant scholars to advance our understanding of the significance of Stoicism for Immanuel Kant's ethical thought. Kant and Stoic Ethics Contents: Introduction 1 Ethical Formulae in Ancient Stoicism — Brad Inwood 2 Duties and Permissible Actions in the Early Stoics and Kant — Iakovos Vasiliou 3 The Stoics and Kant on the Motive of Duty — Jacob Klein 4 Kant on the Unity and Plurality of the Virtues — Katja Maria Vogt 5 Perfection and Morality — Stephen Engstrom 6 The Stoical Sublime — I.S. Blecher 7 Kant’s Rejection of Stoic Eudaimonism — Michael Vazquez 8 Life as a Game of Skill? Kant and the Stoics about the Results of Human Agency — Jens Timmermann 9 Living in accordance with Nature: Kant and Stoicism — Paul Guyer 10 On the Relationship between Orientation and Agency: From the Stoics’ Oikeiōsis to Kant’s Orientierung — Alix Cohen 11 “Everyone has a price at which he sells himself”: Epictetus and Kant on Self-respect — Melissa Merritt 12 Anger Reinstated: Stoics and Kant on Anger — Nancy Sherman 13 Kant’s Philosophy of History as Stoic Consolation — Rachel Zuckert Bibliography Index

Author's Profile

Melissa M Merritt
University of New South Wales


Added to PP

22 (#94,834)

6 months
22 (#93,339)

Historical graph of downloads since first upload
This graph includes both downloads from PhilArchive and clicks on external links on PhilPapers.
How can I increase my downloads?