Tusculanae Disputationes

Cicero

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, creator; Pohlenz, M, 1872-1962, editor

Academia, gymnasium Atheniense 446 1

— disciplina Platonica 281 27 284 2 323 1 441 29

— gymnasium in Tusculano situm 284 15 319 16

Academici 363 19 364 4 383 30 438 23 443 4

libri Academici v. Tullius Accius, L. 388 20

Atr. 200 (400 8) 229 (400 11) 233 (388 18) 234 (286 6) Melanipp. 424 (327 14) Philoct. 533 (29116) 550 (297 1) 553 (289 7) 562 (289 10) 566 (252 10) fr. inc. 664 (271 25) 672 (348 27)

Acheron 221 30 Acherunte et Acherunsia templa in tragoediae locis 235 17 236 3 242 4

Achilles 271 18 25 326 16 386 22

Aeacus 268 4

Aeetes 331 3 337 29

Aegyptus, Aegyptii 271 9 4407 448 4

Aelius Paetus Catus, Sex. cos. 198 227 3

Aelius Tubero, Q. (Panaetii auditor) 363 8

Aemilius Lepidus Porcina, M. cos. 137 219 7

Aemilius Paulus, L. cos. 182. 168 352 18 457 17

Aemilius Paulus, M. cos. 219. 216 263 17 274 1

Aeschines or. (de cor. 77) 349 3 (Aeschines Socr. fr. 10) 356 25 Aeschylus 291 13

Prom. 377sqq. (3568) Prom. sol. fr. 193 (291 22sqq,)

Aesculapius 299 24

Aesopus (histrio) 300 17 388 20

Aetolia 218 22

Afranius, L. com. (fr. 409) 383 12 389 4

Africanus v. Cornelius Scipio

Africani duo 274 18

Agamedes 276 16

Agamemno 263 31 (346 17) 348 26 369 16 386 22

portae Agragantinae 433 16

Aiax 268 11 322 4 353 1 385 6 386 23 387 2

Albinus v. Postumius

Albucius, T. 453 1

Alcaeus 397 28

Alcibiades 356 26–357 9

Alcidamas 277 17

Alcmaeo 322 4

Alei campi (Z 201) 349 12

Alexander Magnus 327 22 401 5 445 28 446 7

Alliennius, M. 385 20

Amafinius, C. 364 9.14 cf. etiam 219 25 sqq. 283 9sqq.

(Ambracia) Ambraciota 260 2

Amor 397 7

Amphiaraus 312 1

Anacharsis (epist. 5) 445 15.18

Anacreon 397 28

Anaxagoras 271 9 408 28 434 11 455 22 — (A 33) 332 26 = 346 28

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Anaxarchus 307 27

Andromacha v. Ennius

Anticlea 425 12

Antiochus Ascalonita 347 15 414 9.14.19 452 12

Antipater philos. Cyrenaicus 454 6

Antipater Tarsensis 452 11

Antisthenes 416 18

Antonius, M. cos. 99 222 4 310 4 429 2

Apollo 226 14 243 15 254 16 276 17.20 398 18

Appius v. Claudius

Aquilius, M. cos. 101 410 29

Aquinius 432 24

Arcesilas 452 9 453 6 15

Archelaus Macedonum rex 420 6.

Archelaus philosophus 408 27

Archilochus 218 11

Archimedes 249 3.9 433 9

Archytas 40024 433 6

Argivus 240 23 276 5 (Argia

sacerdos) 300 11 344 18

Argo 240 23

Argonautae 397 3

Arion 315 5

Aristides (iustus) 451 17

Aristippus 287 12

Aristo Chius 287 17 417 4 419 23 443 8

Aristogiton 278 6

Aristomache 430 21

Aristoteles 220 11 228 15 238 18 250 9 253 1 284 7 418 7 422 5 444 2 452 10 — (552 b 18) 266 8 (Probl. 30 1)258 12 (fr. 53)351 25 (fr. 90)449 23

Aristoxenus 227 15 229 23 238 8 243 11

Aristus 414 9.14

(Arpinum) Arpinas 434 2 438 16

Arruns 385 23

Artemisia 355 8

Asclepiades, phil. Eretricus 454 27

Athamas 322 3

Athenae 278 2 293 10 337 17 414 15 445 30 449 7 450 26 453 2.5

Athenienses 363 20

Atilius, M. poeta (fr. 1) 373 10

Atilius Calatinus, A. cos. 258. 254 224 6 274 18

Atilius Regulus, M. cos. 267. 256 410 28

Atlans 407 13

Atreus 272 18 400 6 427 27

Attici (oratores Romani) 281 16

Aufidius, Cn. 454 16

Aulis 278 4

Averni lacus 235 27

Babylonius (Diogenes) 363 23

Bellerophon 349 11

Bion 349 28

Bito 276 6

Boeotia 274 16

Brutus v. Iunius

Cadmus 231 24

CaeciliusMetellus Macedonicus, Q. cos. 143 260 14.17 261 23

StatiusCaecilius poeta Syneph. 210 (233 9) fr. 259 (396 18) 266 (346 4)

Caelus 291 23

Caepio v. Servilius

Caesar v. Iulius

Calatinus v. Atilius

Callanus Indus 308 2

Callimachus ep. 23 (260,2) fr. 363 (265 22)

Callipho 443 6 444 5

Callisthenes 327 21. 23 416 6

Calpurnius Piso Frugi, L. cos. 133 325 21 342 14. 17

Camillus v. Furius

Cannae 263 17

porta Capena 224 5

Carbo v. Papirius

Caria 265 2 355 9

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Carneades 344 23.26 347 14 363 20 387 21 409 11 442 12 443 1 444 9.14 452 11 458 10

Cato v. Porcius

Catulus v. Lutatius

Caucasus 291 20 293 2 308 3 407 14 439 24

Celtiberi 314 14

Centaurus 289 19 (Nessus) 290 6 (2913) cf. 263 30 (Hippocentaurum)

Cepheus 407 14

Cerberus 221 30 223 5 (291 6) (Chaeremon, Tr.gr.p.782) 416 8

Chaldaei 266 21

Charmadas 247 10

Chius (Aristo) 417 4

Chremes 350 7

Chrysippus 452 11 fr. eth. 285 (387 13) 322 (273 18) 417 (343 26) 424 (372 15) 482 (332 17sqq. 351 9) 483 (365 22) 484 (393 26) 485 (348 11) 486 (355 22 357 18) 487 (347 15) v. etiam Stoic. vet. fr.

Chrysis 396 4

Cimbri, Cimbricus 314 14 429 10

Cineas 247 9

Cinna v. Cornelius

(Citium) Zeno Citleus 420 1

Clastidium 385 16

Claudius Caecus, Ap. cos. 307. 296 363 6 454 9

Claudius Centho, C. cos. 240 218 14

Claudius Marcellus, M. cos. primum 222 263 18 274 19 385 16

Claudius Pulcher, Ap. cos. 54 235 26

Clazomenae 271 11

Cleanthes 311 20.26 357 5 452 10—(fr. 576) 355 18 (577) 356 18–24

Cleobis 276 6

Cleombrotus v. Theombrotus

Clitomachus 344 21 452 11

Clitus 401 6

Cocytus 221 30

Codrus 277 26

Com. pall. inc. fr. 43 (266 1) 37, sc. Trabea (378 16)

Corinthus 228 3 331 11 344 19 453 10

Corinthii 344 14. 20

Corinthia vasa, Corinthium aes 296 18 377 2

Cornelius Cinna, L. cos. 87 84 428 21. 25. 27

Cornelius Lentulus Lupus, L. cos. 156 343 12

Cornelius Scipio, Cn. cos. 222 et P. cos. 218 (duo Scipiones) 263 16 274 18

Cornelius Scipio Africanus (maior), P. 274 18 426 23

Cornelius Scipio Africanus (minor), P. 219 15 258 20 274 18 313 2 363 18 385 17

Cornelius Scipio Nasica Corculum, P. cos. 162. 155 227 2

Cornelius Scipio Nasica Serapio, P. cos. 138 386 11

Crantor 277 8 322 22 352 28 452 9

Crassus v. Licinius

Cresphontes (Euripldis fabula) v. Euripides

Cretes 297 12

Critias 267 6

Crito 270 21.23.25

Critolaus 427 13

Cumae 331 16

Curius Dentatus, M'. cos. 290 274 17

Cyclops 456 5

Cynicus 271 4 446 7

Cyprus 308 1

Cypselus 453 9 (Cyrene) Cyrenaeus 270 9 363 22

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Cyrenaici 332 4 334 7 343 24sqq. 355 22

Cyrenaicus 259 29 454 6

Damaratus 453 8

Damocles 431 15 432 5

Danai 387 3

Darius (Codomannus) 447 27

Decius Mus, P. pater (cos. 340), filius (cos. 312) nepos (cos. 279) 263 14 311 7

Deianora 289 18

Delphi 276 17 436 7

Democritii 259 12

Democritius (Anaxarchus) 307 27

Democritus 229 4 238 23 383 1 388 26 434 11 455 23 — (A 22)455 5 (A 160)259 12 (B 116)450 26

Demosthenes 222 5 349 4 382 22 388 25 459 19. 21

Deucalion 228 6

Diagoras 275 4. 6. 9

Dicaearchus 229 24 238 8 243 11 398 4 — (Korinqiakoi/) 228 2 (Aesbiakoi/) 256 22

Dinomachus 443 5

Dio 449 14

Diodorus Peripateticus 443 7 444 5

Diodotus Stoicus 454 18

Diogenes Babylonius 363 19

Diogenes Sinopensis 271 3 346 3 446 6

Dionysius, Syracusanorum tyrannus (maior) 448 11

Dionysius, Syracusanorum tyrannus (minor) 331 10 429 22433 3

Dionysius Heracleotes (St. fr. I 432) 311 16(ib.434) 326 15

Dionysius Stoicus 293 16

me Dius Fidius 255 6

Doris Dionysii coniunx 430 21

Drusus v, Livius

Eleates Zeno 307 25

Elysius 277 9

Empedocles 227 4 238 7

Endymion 264 27

Ennius, Q. 218 15.23 Ann. 24 (231 6) 115 (231 17) 302 (240 25) 331 (227 3)

Alcm. 23 (370 17) Andr. aechm. 85 (340 3) 86 (340 6) 92–99 (340 14–25 260 22sqq. 34415) 100 (271 22) 107 (242 4) Eum. 151 (252 16) Hect. lytr. 161172 (299 17–300 19) Iph. 222 (400 1) Med. 250 (240 23) 257 (349 20) 278 (397 4) Tel. 312 (332 9 = 346 26) Thyest. 349 (330 19) 354 (339 23) 357. 8 (330 14) 362 sqq. (272 20sqq.) sc. inc: 376 (280 1) 392 (318 20) 395 (397 17)

Var. 15 (234 10)17 (234 14 278 20) 21 (426 24)

Inc. 18 (386 19)

Dub. 222 1

Epaminondas 219 4 234 2 274 13 278 7 311 10 426 20

Ephesii 451 11.12

Epicharmus (fr. 247) 225 8.16

Epicurus 283 23 287 15 288 9. 14. 24 294 10. 13 303 6 304 7 334 12 343 23 passim 355 20 357 11 418 22 442 25 444 8.13 445 6sqq. 453 3. 4. 15 457 20

Sent. II (444 23) V (416 20) XVI (416 24) — p. te/lous fr. 67 (338 16 341 17) 69 (339 1) ep. ad Herm. fr. 122 (304 7 416 27 444 19) — p. 89 7 (416 15)- fr. 17 (259 12) 419 (341 21) 439(447 8) 440(341 9 446 24) 444(3321 334 13) 446 (303 6 337 18) 456 (446 15) 459 (342 25 416 17 447 23) 472 (445 10) 483 (397 12) 499 (456 24) 506 (342 23) 507 (342 10) 511 (438 1) 584 (342 24)

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586 (450 15) 599 (453 13) 601 (288 9) 604 (437 20)

Epicurei 256 21 335 7 446 24

Epigoni fabula (Tr. gr. fr. ad. 3) 311 27

Epitaphius Platonis v. Plato

Erechtheus 277 24

Eretricus (Asclepiades) 454 27

Erillus 443 9

Erymanthius aper (belua) 385 28 291 4

Etrusci 263 15

Euphorionis cantores 340 20

Euripides 332 26 Iph. Aul. 16 (34617) Or. 1–3 (393 18) Chrys. p. 632 (397 24) Cresph. fr. 449 (277 2) Hypsip. 757 (347 17) Phrix. 821 (351 10) fr. inc. 964 (332 17=346 27) 1018 (250 4)

Europa 240 25 266 7

Eurotas 298 15 448 14

Eurypylus 299 26 300 16

Eurystheus 289 24

Euthynous 277 14

Fabius Maximus Verrucosus Cunctator, Q. cos. primum 233 274 18 352 17

Fabius Maximus, Q. Allobrogici filius 258 21

Fabius Pictor, C. (a. 304) 218 26

Fabricius Luscinus, C. cos. 282. 278 274 17 346 6

Fannius, C. histor. (fr. 6) 380 27

Fortuna 417 2.9 437 14

Fulvius Nobilior, M. cos. 189 218 21

Furiae 292 7 330 4

Furius Camillus, M. dict. 396 264 1.3

Galba v. Sulpicius

Gallus 385 15

Ganymedes 249 29 397 23

Geminus v. Servilius

Gigantes 290 5

Gorgias v. Plato

Gracchi (Ti. et C.) 219 18 v. etiam Sempronius

Graeci 217 9.12 218 9.25 219 2. 19 220 20. 27 222 5 231 19.25 238 19 252 12 255 1 267 7 274 8 283 2 297 26 314 11 319 23.26 321 9.22.26 323 20 325 8.13.15 328 22 358 18 366 6.9 378 4 397 15 407 7 415 26 451 17 455 4 456 9 457 14

Graecus, Graece 225 11. 12. 17 261 11 (Graeculus) 293 22 371 9 373 7 454 17 456 9

Graecia 218 3.7 219 4.7 231 28 232 3 282 3.8 294 3 298 4.8 306 10 332 12 361 4 362 6 408 5.24 430 8 433 25 450 21 455 16

Graecia Magna 236 15

Graius 290 7 338 3

Halicarnasus 355 9

Hanno 445 18

Harmodius 278 6

Hector 271 18–272 1 300 19 340 3 369 16 385 7.9 395 26

Hecuba 349 15

Hegesias 259 29 — ('Apokarterw=n) 260 5

Heracleotes Dionysius v. Dionysius

Heraclides Ponticus (fr. 78) 407 21

Heraclitus (B 121) 451 11

Hercules 231 20 233 23 288 13 289 4.6.15 291 12 385 26

Hermodorus 451 12.13

Herodotus (1 31) 276 4

Hesiodus 218 11 268 7

Hieronymus Rhodius 287 15 442 26 444 8.14 457 2

Hippocentaurus v. Centaurus

Hippodamea 330 15

Hippolytus 374 3

Hispania 263 17

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Homerus 218 10 235 25 250 1 257 23 268 7 386 22 407 10 455 14. 20 456 1

Z 201 (349 11) H 211 (385 6) I 646 (326 16) K 15 (348 26) T 226 (350 15) T 232 (235 28)

Hortensius Hortalus, Q. 247 11 (Ciceronis dialogus v. Tullius)

Hydra 291 6

Hypanis 266 7

Hyrcania 273 13

Ibycus 398 1

India, Indi 308 3 439 22. 26

Ino 231 24

Iphigenia 278 4

Isocrates 220 12

Italia (Italicus) 236 15. 22 361 19 362 6 364 15 408 23 449 16

Iulius Caesar Strabo, C. † 87 429 3

Iulius Caesar, L. cos. 90 428 28

Iunius Brutus, L. cos. 509 263 12 362 1 385 21

Iunius Brutus, M., ad quem Cicero Tusculanas scribit 217 3 280 3 316 1 361 2 404 1 405 20 409 20 414 8. 11 418 6 419 26 422 4 458 24

Iuno 289 23

Iuppiter 249 29 291 18 292 3. 4. 10. 18.22 297 12. 13 301 1 330 17 340 25 397 10

luventas 249 27

Karthago, Karthaginienses 344 11.22

Lacedaemon 304 14 439 19

Lacedaemonius 269 11. 23. 28 278 7 423 11 448 9. 15. 21

Laco, Lacaena 270 4 275 3 298 14 422 12 426 22

Lacydes 452 10

Laelius Sapiens, C. cos. 140 219 15 274 19 363 17 428 15. 20. 26 429 12

Laius 397 25

Lampsacus 271 10

Laomedon 249 30

Latini 263 14 283 25 331 15

Latinus, Latine 225 11–13 293 23 321 8. 16 327 15 332 18 456 10

Latinae litterae sim. 217 8 219 21.25 282 15 283 11 364 6

Latmus 265 1

(Lemnos) Lemnius 291 15

Lentulus v. Cornelius

Leon 407 22. 25. 27

Leonidas 269 27 278 7

Lepidus v. Aemilius

Lerna 291 2

Lesbiaci (libri Dicaearchi) 256 25

Leucadia (Turpilii fabula) v. Turpilius

Leucates (Leuka/tas) 381 7 Leukoqe/a 231 24

Leuctra, Leuctricus 274 16

Liber 231 21

Libya 240 25

Licinius Crassus, L. cos. 95 222 4

Licinius Crassus, M. triumviri avus 334 2

Licinius Crassus Dives, P. triumviri pater, cos. 97 258 23 428 28

Licinius Crassus Dives, M.triumvir, cos. 70. 55 223 13 224 11. 12. 20.21 456 7

Litana 263 18

Livius Andronicus 218 13

Livius Drusus, C. iurisconsultus 454 13

(Locri) Locrensis 430 21

Lucani 263 18

Lucilius, C. fr. 150 (301 18) 153 (384 21) 1300 (334 3)

Luna 265 3

Lutatius Catulus, Q. cos. 102 429 11. 13. 19

Lyco 357 6

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Lycurgus 269 15. 29 274 12 297 14 407 9

Lysimachus 270 10 457 6

Maccius Plautus, T. 218 16

Macedones 344 12

Maeotis 426 24

Magi 273 12

Manlius Torquatus, T. cos. primum 347 385 14

Marathonius taurus 386 1

Marcellus v. Claudius

Marius C. 298 5 308 10. 12. 15 429 10. 19

Matuta v. Ino

Mausolus 355 8

Maximus v. Fabius

Medea 349 21 397 5

Melanippus v. Accius

Menoeceus 278 2

Menon v. Plato

Metelli 224 6

Methymnaeus Arion 315 5

Metrodorus Epicureus 283 24 453 5 — (fr. 5) 288 6 (fr. 49) 417 2

Metrodorus Scepsius 247 10

Midas 276 25

Miltiades 382 20

Minerva 234 18

Minos 222 3 268 4 297 12

Mulciber 292 4

Musae 434 3

Musaeus 268 7

Mytilenae 256 25

Naevius, Cn. 218 16 (Hector prof. 15) 395 26

Nasica v. Cornelius

Neapolis, Neapolitani 261 8

Necessitas 347 22

Nemeaeus leo 290 27 386 1

Neoptolemus 280 1. 10

Neptunus, Neptunii equi 274 14 315 6 398 19

Nestor 407 12

Nicocreon v. Timocreon

Nioba 349 14

Niptra v. Pacuvius

Nobilior v. Fulvius

Numa 362 11

Oceanus 231 19 240 25

Octavius, Cn. cos. 87 428 27

Oeneus 289 25

Oenomaus 330 15

Oeta 289 4

Oileus 352 29

Olympia (locus) 275 5 304 15 (ludi) 301 6

Olympionices 375 4. 10

Iuppiter Olympius 301 1

Orcus 242 4

Orestes 322 4

Orestes (Euripidis fabula) v. Euripides

Origines v. Porcius Cato

Orpheus 268 7

Pacideianus 384 20

Pacuvius, M. Iliona 197 sqq. (272 1–12) 202 (303 11) Niptra 247 (425 14) 256–69 (306 10307 11)

Paelignus 385 20

Palamedes 268 10

Panaetius 239 2 257 21 258 20 363 7 452 12

Papirius Carbo, C. cos. 120 219 17

Parrhasius 218 28

Patricoles 299 17 300 8

Paulus v. Aemilius

Peloponnesus 344 13

Pelops 273 6 315 5 330 13

Perdiccas 420 7

Peripatetici 284 2 328 12 355 19 364 3 365 26 380 12sqq. 381 25 384 1 419 9.12 438 23 441 28 443 4. 6.12 458 10. 11

Persae, Perses 270 1 273 10 420 11 446 10 448 21

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Perses Macedonum rex 344 13 457 8

Phaedon v. Plato Phaedrus v. Plato

Phalaridis taurus 288 15.25 438 25 444 2

Pherecrates 228 5

Pherecydes 236 11

Phidias 234 17

Philippus Macedonum rex 423 11

Philo Larisaeus 284 8 293 18 452 12

Philoctetes, Philocteteus 289 3 296 24 303 17 309 14

Phlius, Phliasius 407 21.23 408 23 (Phthia) Phthiota 228 6

Piso v. Calpurnius

Plato 227 22. 25 228 16 230 8 236 21 237 6 242 14.15 245 5 246 19 249 6.17 252 28 257 21 283 20 336 15 339 13 366 11 383 1 388 26 398 3 407 20 409 5 418 11 420 3. 27 449 8 433 5 453 6 458 4

Plat. Apologia (40 c sqq.) 267 16 Epist. 7 (326 b) 449 14

Epitaphius = Menexenus (247 e)420 17

Gorgias (470 d) 420 6

Menon (81 e) 246 2

Phaedon 230 9 260 4 — (67 d) 255 19 (72 e) 246 10 (80 sqq.) 254 3 (80 e) 255 11 (85b)254 15 (99 d)254 22 (115 c-e)270 21

Phaedrus (245 c) 244 3

Resp. (398a) 294 1

Timaeus (39) 2495 (47 a) 249 16

Plautus v. Maccius

Poetarum incertorum versus (v. etiam Trag. et Com.) 222 1 384 17 426 22

Polemo 418 8 422 5 444 3 453 6

Polyclitus 218 28

Polyphemus 456 1

Pompeius Magnus Cn. 223 14 261 7 312 4 350 23

Ponticus v. Heraclides

Pontus Euxinus 240 21 266 7

Porcius Cato Censorius, M. cos. 195 218 17.20 219 17 274 19 343 12 352 19 362 25

Orig. fr. 83 (269 22) 118 (218 17 362 24)

Porcius Cato Uticensis, M. 255 2.6 405 19 419 7

Posidonius 312 3. 6 452 12

Postumius Albinus, L. cos. 234. 229 263 18

Priamus 260 15.19 261 2 265 23 271 26 340 14. 24

Prometheus 291 14. 17 356 6.8 407 13

Ptolomaeus Lagi f. 259 30

Ptolomaeus (incertum quis Acgyptiorum rex) 448 3

bellum Punicum 343 11

Puteolani 261 9

Pyrrho 287 18 443 8

Pyrrhus 247 9 263 15

Pythagoras, Pythagoreus (adi.) 227 24 236 14. 22 237 2 242 14 248 16 336 15 36119 362 2–17 363 8 366 11 3831 388 25 407 19 408 2.21 418 11 434 11

Pythagorei 236 17. 21 291 13 362 8–18 432 13 454 22

Pythius Apollo 226 14

Regium (Reginus) 397 29

Regulus v. Atilius

Rhadamanthus 222 3 268 4

Rhodus, Rhodius 275 4 312 5 v. etiam Hieronymus Rhodius

Roma 218 11.13 264 2 344 12

populus Romanus 231 23 342 17

Romulus 218 12 231 17

Rupilius Lupus, P. cos. 132 380 26

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Salamis, Salaminius 274 14.15

Samnis 301 18

Sapientes septem 407 8

Sardanapallus 449 23

Saturnius Iuppiter 292 3

(Scepsis) Scepsius 247 10

Scipiones 224 6

Scipiones duo (Cn. Cornelius Scipio cos. 222 eiusque frater P. cos. 218) 263 16 274 18 praeterea v. Cornelius

Scythes, Scythicus 445 15.19

Semele 231 21

lex Sempronia 342 21

Sempronius Gracchus, C. tr. pl. 123.22 219 18 342 11–23

Sempronius Gracchus, Ti. tr. pl. 133 219 18 386 13

Sempronius Gracchus. Ti. cos. 215. 213 263 18

Sempronius Tuditanus, M. cos. 240 218 14

Servilii 224 6

Servilius Caepio, Q. cos. 106 410 28

Servilius Geminus, Cn. cos. 217 263 17

Servius Tullius 236 13

(Sicilia) Siculus 225 8

Sicyonii 344 18

Silenus 276 25

Simonides 247 7 269 24 (f. 92)

Sisyphus 222 1 268 13

Socrates 221 4 245 5 253 23 255 5 267 15 269 9 270 17 320 9 321 1 333 27 336 15 346 3 364 3 393 17 402 1. 4. 5 408 27 409 1. 8 416 18 418 11 445 26 448 6 452 23 458 4

Platonis dialogorum persona 244 2 246 3.8 420 6

Aeschinis persona 356 25 357 3

Socratici, Socraticus 283 21 287 12 313 2 339 12

Socratica disserendi ratio sim. 221 2 373 1 425 22

Sol 33023

Solon 274 12 278 19 (fr. 21)

Sophocles (Trach. 1046–1102) 289 21–291 10 (Niptra) 306 15 (fr. 666) 353 4

Sparta 26918. 25 297 16

Spartiatae 270 8 298 10. 21 439 17

Speusippus 418 7 422 5 444 3

Sphaerus (fr. 628) 387 14

Status v. Caecilius

Stoici 227 13 256 27 257 13 294 22 302 5 321 1 323 21 328 8 364 4 365 22 366 18 367 13 372 13. 15 377 14 379 12 384 2 386 12 387 15.27 410 16 413 4 425 18 439 1 441 13 442 4. 13. 16. 24 443 2. 10 458 11.13

St. vet.fr.III 37 (424 5.26) 59 (426 12) 198 (377 25) 279 (375 27) 379 (371 19) 380 (368 9) 385 (329 7 355 3) 393 (368 12) 398 (371 6) 403 (370 21) 410 (370 15) 415 (369 12) 419 (359 21) 423 (374 7) 424 (372 4) 425 (375 5) 426 (376 20) 427 (373 15) 430 (377 8) 438 (367 8) 474 et 488 (393 1) 570 (324 1 326 9) 652 (398 5) 653 (397 11) 665 (388 4)

v. etiam Aristo Chrysippus Cleanthes Dionysius Erillus Sphaerus Zeno

Stoicus 227 13 293 16 363 19 417 4

Sulpicius Galba, Ser. cos. 144 219 15

Superbus v. Tarquinius

Synephebi v. Caecilius

Syracusae, Syracusani 331 11 429 22 433 10.19

Syracusiae mensae 449 16

Syria 312 5 449 23

XII Tabulae (t. 5 7) 322 6 (8 1) 362 29 (10 4) 309 17

Tantalus 221 31 330 14 378 24

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Tarquinii 453 10

Tarquinius Priscus, L. 453 9

Tarquinius Superbus, L. 236 14 263 4 331 12

(Tartarus) Tartareus 291 5

Telamo 337 30 338 1 339 9 346 26 353 1

Terentius Afer, P. (Eun. 5963) 399 15–19 (Heaut. 147.8. 135) 3506–9 (Phormio 241–6) 333 11–23

(Terina) Terinaeus 277 9

Terra 290 4

Teucer 452 21

Thebanus 278 7

Themistocles 219 5 234 1 274 13 382 19 388 24

Theodectes 247 8

Theodorus Cyrenaicus 270 9. 12 457 5

Theombrotus (rectius Cleombrotus) 260 2

Theophrastus 240 15 352 3 443 13 452 10 — (in Callisthene) 327 21 416 6 – (de vita beata) 415 12.22

Theramenes 266 27 267 16 269 9

Thermopylae 269 24

Theseus 332 17.25 346 27 386 1

Thyestes 272 17 330 14.22 337 29 400 10

Timaeus v. Plato

Timocreon (rectius Nicocreon) 308 1

Timon misa/nqrwpos 373 12 374 4

Timotheus 449 6

Tiresias 455 25

Titanes 291 22

Torquatus v. Manlius

Trabea, Q. fr. I (395 28sqq.) fr. II (378 16)

Trachinlae (Sophoclis fabula) v. Sophocles

Tragic. fr. inc. fr. 64 (387 3) 73 (235 17) 76 (236 1) 92 (452 22) 93 (338 1) 110 (378 24) 111 (221 30) 112 (427 28) 174 (397 7) 189 (330 25) 196 (315 6) 205 sqq. (298 12) 209 (297 17)

Triptolemus 268 4

Troia 268 13 332 11

Troilus 265 23

Trophonius 276 16

Tubero v. Aelius

Tuditanus v. Sempronius

Tullius Cicero, M.

Ex eius libris respiciuntur

libri Academici 282 1

Consolatio 250 11 256 6 259 26 352 20 356 3 393 24

de finibus 4196 (458 24)

Hortensius 281 27 319 10

de re publica 361 14 — (VI 27) 244 4

Tusculanae disputationes 404 1 458 21

Turpilius (Leucad. 115) 398 12

Tusculanum 220 21 279 21 280 16 284 11 319 13 364 25 409 13

Tusculanae disputationes v. Tullius

Tyndaridae 231 22

Tyrus 350 28

Ulixes 26813 306 10.16.20 407 11 425 13

(Varius) lex Varla 310 5

Veientes 331 15

Venti 398 20

Venus (Venerius) 396 14 338 21 398 22. 23

Venusia 263 17

Virtus 304 14

Volcania arma 297 9

Xanthippe 333 27

Xenocrates 418 8 422 5 427 17

p.470
444 3 445 28 452 9 453 6 — (fr. 67) 227 22

Xenophon (Cyr. 1 2. 8) 448 21 (Cyr. 1 6.25) 313 2

Xerxes 413 25

Zeno Citieus 287 17 294 24 311 17 312 2 355 3 417 5 419 8.10. 22 420 1 452 10

fr. 134 (227 12) 185 (294 27) 205 (366 21 384 7)

Zeno Eleates 307 25

Zeno Epicureus 337 17.26

Zopyrus 402 2

Verba graeca, quae in lemmate posita asterisco notata sunt, non nisi latine reddita leguntur.

'Abla/beia (innocentia) 325 17

adesse (parei=nai) 368 18 411 17 al.

adest et urget malum[*](cf. Rabbow, Antike Schriften iiber Seelenheilung und Seelenleitung Leipzig 1914 p. 149.)) 332 1 adfectio (dia/qesis) 302 22 320 23 325 17 368 2 375 16–26 377 25 387 7 19 422 27

(

habitus aut adfectio
e(/cis) 375 16

(kata/sthma Metrodori) 417 8 adfectus animi (h)=qos Plato Rep. 400d?) 42524–7

nihil adfirmare (Academicorum) 269 3

adflictatio (a)/sh) 398 1

*a)dia/foron v. interest

nihil admirari 339 9 441 10

adpetere (in universum = e)fi/esqai, diw/kein, o)re/gesqai) 245 26 310 28 326 3 367 24 395 16[*](cf. fin. V44 et Rob. Fischer, de usu vocabulorum apud Ciceronem et Senecam Graecae philosophiae interpretes. Freiburg 1914 p. 18. 82 (de substantivis ab adpetendo derivatis p. 76 sqq.).))

adpetentia (di/wcis) 368 24

adpetitio (o)/recis) 329 18 367 13 378 11

(o(rmh/) 371 22. 23

adpetitus (o(rmh/) 366 24 384 10 391 9 393 10

adsciscere 295 16

adsensio (rugkata/qesis) 368 26 401 16

aegritudo lu/ph (348 15). de aegritudine lenienda est l. III (div. II 2), § 24–75 kri/sis, 7683 i)atrei/a — definitio 329 23 368 5. 12 — species 35917 368 17 369 11–370 11 — iniuria a Peripateticis defenditur 383 5–19 ˜ 389 11–23 — curatio 391 12 39323 — cf. etiam 378 20 380 25 403 1

aegrotatio (a)rrw/sthma) 372 12sqq. 373 15 375 8 377 8

aemulatio (zh=los) 369 18 — iniuria a Peripateticis defenditur 383 17 ˜ 389 12

Platonis qumo\n significat 240 5

* a)h/r aer (regio caeli) 239 8–13

anima (elementum) 227 9–12

p.471
229 22 239 1. 22 247 18. 20 250 9 cf. animalis 237 19 238 23

aerumna (o)du/nh St. fr. III 412?) 370 6

alacritas v. h(donh/

*ai(rei=sqai v. expetere (petere 445 19)

*a)lupi/a (Hieronymi) dolore vacare 287 16 — vacuitas doloris 442 25

amentia 320 24 379 5 402 26

amicitia 353 29 398 6 432 12 437 10

amor 396 15–399 26

amor sui 353 27

angor (a)/xqos) 370 4 — distinguitur ab anxietate 374 11 389 27

anima v. a)h/r

= yuxh/ 228 10 (

animum vel animam
), 236 1 et 289 12 in poetarum versibus

animus quid sit sec. varios philosophos 226 27–229 8 cf. 237 24–239 4 — immortalis I § 26–35 50–71 77–81. — animorum post mortem sedes ac beata sors I § 36–49 72–76. — divinus I § 52 56–70 cf. 436 8. — in capite est 253 7. — animi bestiarum 258 7

tres partes habet sec. Platonem 227 25, duas (logiko\n et a(/logon ) sec. Pythagoram et Platonem 366 12 et Panaetium 305 16sqq.

antiquitas 231 2

a)nti/xqwn 252 13

*a)pa/qeia v. indolentia

(saepius 'vacare perturbatione' sim.)

*a)paqh/s perturbatione omni vacuus, vacare sim. 362 12 424 2 365 1 380 7sqq. 412 10 426 8 al.

* a)poni/a v. dolor

* a)prosdo/khton necopinatum, inopinatum, insperatum, inprovisum, novum 332 6 333 3 343 25–345 18 355 21 380 1 390 8 441 11

* a)rxh/ v. stoixei=on initium, principium

a(rmoni/a intentio 227 18

harmonia 229 23 238 13–16

a)rrw/sthma 372 13 cf. aegrotatio artes 218 29

aspernari oppon. adsciscere 295 16 305 9

aspernari rationem, aspernatio (a)postre/fesqai) v. lo/gos

astra, sidera, stellae 239 29 248 27 252 3 sqq. 435 12

* a)/tomoi atomi (vel atoma) 229 7 247 17 303 25

corpuscula 229 5

corpora individua 238 21

* au)ta/rkhs v. contentus

avaritia 373 5. 24 392 4

avocatio a cogitanda molestia (Epicuri) 334 25 336 3

a)ci/wma, pronuntiatum 224 18

Beatus notio 417 21 — beatus quis sec. Epicureos 288 6 337 18 al., sec. Stoicos 379 19, sec. Peripateticos 443 22 — beatus a)paqh/s 412 4–22 al. — beatus beatior esse non potest 415 2 – beata ˜ beatissima vita 414 20 sqq. 419 29 422 5 425 21 427 20 439 6 442 1 — beata vita in una virute posita 295 3 420 16 421 1423 11

cf. bonus, virtus

bene ˜ beate vivere 409 29 410 5 ac ppassim in l. V, velut 428 4–10

bestiae 421 12–21 448 17 — opp. homo 245 27 258 7 440 12 —

p.472
in perturbationes non incidunt 376 25

bibliotheca 283 2

bonus = omnibus virtutibus instructus, sapiens 417 17–19 (428 15) — omnes boni beati 41716 ac passim usque ad 4397 (negaverat auditor 410 27)

bonum nihil nisi quod honestum (virtus), malum nihil nisi quod turpe (vitium, culpa) 295 11 336 1 356 18 357 29 413 7sqq. 414 5 417 5 419 23 424 5425 17 (sec. Stoicos), 312 15 (sec. Posidonium), 420 5 (etiam sec. Platonem) — bona omnia quae natura adsciscit, sed cum virtute comparata reliqua perexigua 295 14sqq. cf. 314 22 358 2 458 7(458 7) — bona animi 434 17 437 15 — bona animi, corporis, externa (fortunae) 357 8 414 17 416 11 427 14, = tria genera bonorum sec. Peripateticos 393 6 415 6.21 422 9 438 26 443 3, contra quos disputatur 424 5–425 17 — corporis et externa bona appellantur tantum bona 439 4 cf. 458 5. 11 — summum bonum Epicuri voluptas 338 8 343 12 417 8 al., summum malum dolor v. dolor

de summo bono libri philosophorum 413 12, Epicuri 339 8 cf. finis

bou/lhsis, voluntas 367 13

Caecitas 35817 453 20–456 6

caelum 239 18 247 22

carere 262 2–263 7. 22

cautlo, cavere (eu)la/beia) 367 26 395 21

cerebrum 227 5 229 20 238 7 247 17

xara/v.h(donh/

xrh/simos 325 13

cogitatio = excogitatio 250 17

commentatio (mele/th) 255 12 301 27 335 13 cf. 332 20

commoda (proprie eu)/xrhsta, sed fere = prohlme/na, Fischer p. 56) 458 11

conatus (e)pibolh/) 398 5

congruere v. o(mologoume/nws

conscientia 313 25 383 11

consensus omnium (gentium) 232 20 234 22 235 7

consentaneus, consequens, conveniens (de constantia doctrinae) 304 10 414 5 415 17.18 416 12.16 419 24.27 442 2 cf. 435 7 257 18

consolatio 275 16 335 21 344 22 345 5–348 8 354 5 355 14–357 26

constantia

id est sanitas animi
(fere o(mologi/a) 322 8 320 20 326 4 366 15 366 21 = 384 11 (summetri/a? cf. St. fr. III 462) 379 15 380 10–390 7 391 29 401 20

cf. constans 326 12 388 10 389 6 392 19 426 9 439 16 et v. o(mologou/menos

constantia doctrinae 415 2 416 11.16 417 16 419 1–29 438 20

constantia, constanter = eu)pa/qeia eu)paqw=s 368 7 367 12.20

consuetudo = e)qismo/s 298 7 299 11 300 24 301 3. 17.27 306 24 438 11

= sunh/qeia 236 9 273 23 et (sermonis) 319 24 321 15 324 2 327 17

contentio (to/nos), se continere 296 2 307 22 310 23 314 6

contentus (au)ta/rkhs): virtus ad beate vivendum se ipsa con

p.473
tenta cf. lib. V (div. II 2) et 337 2

contractio, contrahi (sustolh/, suste/llesqai) 263 26 368 4.6. 13 395 15.24

contractiuncula 359 8

in contrarias partes disserere 284 3

conturbatio (species metus) 370 19

(latiore sensu) 372 6

conveniens v. consentaneus et o(mologou/menos

cor 226 28 229 20 2386 247 17

corpus v. a)/tomoi, stoixei=on

corpusculum v. a)/tomoi

cupiditas v. e)piqumi/a

cupiditas gloriae (filodoci/a 373 6 401 11 314 4

culpa 336 1 344 8 354 8 402 9

Declamitare, declamatio 220 23

declinatio (e)/kklisis) 367 25

decorum (= honestum) 295 17

dedecus 286 20 287 22 294 9–17 305 12

delectatio (kh/lhsis) 370 23

demntia 320 24 321 7 386 27

depravari (diastre/fesqai) 316 16

desiderium (= po/qos) 371 12 275 15 al.

(= cupiditas) 379 17 al.

desperatio (a)qumi/a) 370 10

deus mens soluta et libera 251 2

moderator mundi 251 18 253 3 — deorum vita 249 25 — deos esse omnes consentiunt, quales sint, ratione discendum est 232 12 235 5 243 9 — pravae vulgi de dis sententiae 232 15 — di olim homines 231 15 233 23, etiam di maiorum gentium 232 1 — deorum iudicia de morte 276 3

* dia/xusis profusa hilaritas 368 23, ecfusio 395 15

dialectica 224 15

dialectics 371 16

dies medetur dolori 336 11 344 9345 4 347 4 354 17 380 22

diffidentia (a)pisti/a) 401 16

dignitas (a)ci/a) 425 2

discordia 371 11

doctrina ap. Romanos 218 7 361 15

dolor a) po/nos (motus asper in corpore alienus a sensibus 297 25) cf. totum libr. II qui est de tolerando dolore (div. II 2) — dist. a labore 297 22 — philosophorum de eo sententiae 287 10sqq. — contra naturam est, sed minus malum quam dedecus 294 29296 3 — tolerabilis 439 8–440 19 — ratio tolerandi 302 12–315 10

summum malum sec. Aristippum 287 12, summum vel solum malum sec. picurum 287 13 294 14 304 6 343 1 416 25 418 26 437 26. — consolatio doloris sec. Epicurum 303 10sqq. 445 2 456 26

b) animi dolor = aegritudo 329 1 348 19,

dolor corporis — animi 348 15–19

c) aegritudinis species 370 7 dolore carere, non(nihil) dolere = a)poni/a 338 9 341 22sqq.

*do/ca plerumque = opinio, sed etiam = opinatio, v. opinio

Eculeus 410 7.18 411 2

cf. rota 415 25 et Phalaridis taurus

* h)donh/ a) Epicuri voluptas 288 23 335–342; eius summum bonum 416 19 437 27 442 24 al. — h(donh\ katasthmatikh/ 338 9 341 22sqq. — singulae voluptates 446 25 447 23

p.474

b) Stoicorum pa/qos 329 15 voluptas gestiens, id est praetermodum elata laetitia, 328 27 inmoderata laetitia, quae est voluptas animi elata et gestiens

voluptas 369 8 370 21 sqq., v. gestiens 329 15. 20, v. inanis 412 14 (iactatio voluptas gestiens et se efferens insolentius 371 5)

laetitia 366 28 367 5 368 14 372 26 394 22 395 9–396 13 (395 19 malis alienis voluptatem capere laetitiae), laetitia gestiens 365 15 367 8. 22 (vel nimia) 379 4 395 13 423 26 (cf. 412 2 inani laetitia exultans et temere gestiens), l. futtilis 412 6, l. impotens 412 19

inanis alacritas, id est laetitia gestiens 379 4, cf. alacritate ecferetur 378 15, alacritate futtili (insolenti) gestiens 379 17. 423 20, sine alacritate futtili (ulla W) 426 10

gestire, gestiens (sine subst.) 319 25 (gestire, laetari) 392 22

voluptatis partes 369 8 370 21–371 6

*xara/ (Stoicorum eu)pa/qeia) est gaudium 367 21 395 23 (docendi causa a gaudio laetitiam distinguimus), Epicuri

xara/ = laetitia mentis 338 25 efferri (e)pai/resqai h(donh=), elatio 328 28 329 16 367 24 368 15 378 15 379 21 395 18. 25 411 13 412 2.14. 19 — se efferre 396 13, (de iactatione) 371 5

*ei(marme/nh 436 12

eloquentia 249 13 281 9

e)ndele/xeia 246 16 v. notio

e)ndele/xeia (rectius e)ntele/xeia) 229 1

*e)piqumi/a

a) Epicuri cupiditatum genera 446 15–24

b) cupiditas ap. Platonem pars animae (˜ e)piqumhtiko/n) 228 1.2 240 5 366 16

c) Stoicorum pa/qos cupiditas, quae recte vel libido dici potest 329 17 cf. 378 12 382 16 389 25, libido vel cupiditas effrenata 367 17 — cupiditas nominatur 318 23 373 2 393 4 395 16 431 12 3793 (c. avide semper aliquid expetens) al. (inprimis gloriae, pecuniae cupiditas) plerumque libido (velut 329,20 368 17 382 14)

libidinis partes 369 10 371 6 12 — libido dist. ab indigentia 371 13–18 — iniuria a Peripateticis defenditur 382 15 388 24

*h/qikh/ philosophia quae est de vita et de moribus 32010 cf. 37724 4093, ratio bene vivendi 435 5 436 15–25

eu)la/beiav. cautio

*eu)emptwsi/a v. proclivitas

exanimatio 370 18 (367 28)

excandescentia, qu/mwsis 371 8

excogitatio (cf. cogitatio) 248 13

exempla(in consolatione)346 2348 8 393 22

exercitatio 298 17–301 27 438 11

exercitus unde dictus 298 24

*e)cesthke/nai v. potestas

exhalatio (ai(reto/n) 239 20

exilium 358 15 451 26–453 12

expers rationis v. lo/gos

expetendum ai(reto/n 373 16.25 424 27 435 5 438 21 447 10 450 25

expetere, plerumque de recta adpetitione, sed 379 3.17 de cupiditate dictum (Fischer p. 19)

extremum in bonis 436 19

p.475

Facilitas 375 3

fama popularis 274 21 313 8 318 5 425 9

v. gloria

felicitas (successus, non eu)daimoni/a cf. Fischer p. 37) 443 26

fidens 324 1

fidentia, pi/stis 401 14

finis bonorum sec. singulos philosophos 442 22–443 11 444 10, sec. Epicurum 416 19, sec. Stoicos 441 15

fines bonorum et malorum 402 20

Ciceronis liber IV de finibus 419 6 (cf. 458 24)

flabile (a)erw=des) 250 15

foramen (po/ros) 241 18

farmido 370 20

fortis 324 1–23 392 21

fortitudo 303 1 336 20 et (add. magnitude animi, patientia) 296 11 439 14 440 22 — definitiones Sphaeri et Chrysippi 387 6–20 cf. 422 27, Peripateticorum 384 14 — ira non eget (ca. Peripateticos) 381 28–382 15 384 15–387 27 — repugnat aegritudini 324 1–23

fortuna 260 17 261 24 274 2 314 27 342 25 354 7 357 8 380 5 413 21 414 18 415 8 416 8–417 10 418 16 422 16 437 14 438 5 457 18

frugi, frugalitas v. swfrosu/nh

fugere opp. adpetere 245 26, expetere 435 5 373 19, sequi 367 9

furor dist. ab insania 321 24 sqq. (confunduntur 387 2–6 399 28 et 400 14 al.)

Gaudium (xara/) v. h(donh/

genus v. stoixei=on, bonum

geometrae, -tria, -trica 412 27 219 9 454 24 246 4.7

gestire v. h(donh/

gladiatores 301 21 384 20sqq.

gloria virtutis umbra 264 16 274 8 317 25

gloria vera-falsa 274 21 317 18 sqq.

gloria popularis 317 18 450 24 (450 15–451 24)

cupiditas gloriae v. cupiditas

Homo contemplator caeli 252 23 — divina mente praeditus 253 2 421 21 — opp. bestiae v. bestiae

humana condicio lexque vitae sim. 225 2 333 6 335 13 347 11348 8 356 15 379 19 391 29 393 14 — humana humane ferenda 335 24 346 19 321 29

honestum (kalo/n) solum vel summum bonum v. bonum — honesta vita beata 425 23sqq., inprimis 427 4–8 434 23 443 11444 7 — libri de honesto 413 12

honestas (re non discernitur ab honesto, Fischer p. 10) legitur inpr. in enumeratione finium 443 5.6 444 6, cf. honestatem expetere sim. 317 19 310 28 314 26 al.

honor 346 14

humatio 235 11 270 14–273 25

Iactatio 371 5 (v. h(donh/)

ide/a (

species
) 246 21 249 25

igniculi (rationis) 316 15

ignis, igneus 227 13 247 18.20 250 6 237 19 250 15 253 10

ignominia 358 25

sibi imperare 305 13 308 19

impetus (fere = o(rmh/, Fischer p. 80) 311 2 411 13

inbecillus, inbecillitas (a)sqenh/s, -eia) 368 26 375 8 381 16 391 27 394 14 323 9

indigentia (spa/nis) 371 12. 17

individuus v. a)/tomoi

indolentia (a)pa/qeia) 323 2

p.476

(a)oxlhsi/a Diodori) 443 6

Induclio animi 296 3

inferi 221 10 235 9 242 2sqq.

ingemescere quando liceat 309 14sqq.

ingeniosus 258 12 377 2–5

inhospitalitas 373 12 374 1

inimicitia (ko/tos) 371 10

initlorum indagatio 435 19

innocentia (a)bla/beia) 325 15

inopinatus, inprovisus, insperatus v. a)prosdo/khtos

inpotentia 378 12

insania 318 13 320 6. 12 sqq. 321 24sqq. — dist. a furore v. furor cf. etiam ira

insanitas 320 13 321 7

insipientes insaniunt 318 14 320 18 321 7 387 27 (sed. cf. 376 8)

insipientia 321 6—summum malum 351 20

intemperantia 371 20 381 20 392 3

intentio animi 309 6. 19 314 1

int. = a(rmoni/a 227 17 238 1

nihil interest (a)dia/foron) 295 2

interitus 253 20

interpretari-vertere 338 18 293 21

inventio 248 13 253 4

inveteratus (opp. recens) 331 5 336 9 344 28 373 4 380 22 371 10

inveteratio 402 12

invidentia 327 10 328 2 368 28 369 12 395 19

ira a) qumo/s Platonis 227 27 366 16

b) Stoicorum pa/qos definitur 371 7, brevius (ulciscendi libido) 4014 321 18 — initium insaniae 386 19 399 28 400 28 — iniuria a Peripateticis defenditur 381 28–382 15 384 15388 23 400 27–401 10 — voluntarla 401 9 — elus remedia 399 27–401 10

iracundia (o)rgilo/ths) et ira distinguuntur 374 11 389 26, confunduntur 321 18 ˜ 401 4 cf. 385 19. 25.27

iudicium (kri/sis) 348 14 349 23 359 4 368 9 376 2. 12 —- voluntate et iudicio sim. 351 5 357 20 358 10 399 23 402 17

iustitia 296 6 336 26 437 8

Kaki/a 378 4

*kaqh/kei rectum est, oportet, ad officium pertinet 329 24 348 21 352 24 355 24 357 21 358 3 359 6 368 14sqq. 403 8

*kaqh=kon v. officium

*katalamba/nein v. percipere

kathgo/rhma 371 15

ke/ntron 237 14

*ki/nhsis motus 329 10 362 2 al. motio 229 2 338 24

commotio 366 23 384 9 392 15. 18 423 17

Labor (po/nos) 297 22 sqq. 298 17–19.25–299 6

laetitia v. h9donh/(xara/

lamentatio 370 7 233 3

laudabilis 377 26.27 409 28 424 8–426 16 458 1

lenitas (prao/ths) 382 12

lentitudo (a)orghsi/a?) 382 13

*lhpta/. sumenda 439 4

lessus 309 17

lex vitae (coni. condicio humana) 335 13 393 14 (aliter 285 15)

libra Critolai 427 13

logika/ 377 14

logica pars philosophiae indicatur 435 6 436 24–437 5 (437 2 disserendi ratio = dialektikh/?)

*lo/gos= ratio, oratio, (380 13 392 5) ratio et oratio

*logiko/n—a)/logon th=s yuxh=s =

p.477
pars rationis particeps — expers 305 16 366 13

*a)/logos = rationis expers (de bestiarum animo) 2588, (de animi motibus) 329 11 386 5

= sine ratione 367 23. 27

= a (recta) ratione aversus 366 21 368 1 384 8 392 15

= adversante ratione 368 6 367 16

*eu)/logos, cum ratione 367 15. 20.25

* a)postre/fesqai to\n lo/gon, a)postrofh\ t. lo/gou = aspernari rationem 329 11, aspernatio rationis 376 24 391 8

*a)peiqh\s tw=| lo/gw| = rationi non oboediens, obtemperans 329 11.19

luctus (pe/nqos) 349 24sqq. 351 24 352 16 370 4

lu/ph 348 11 v. aegritudo

Maeror 370 6

magnanimus, magni animi (˜ fortis) 302 16 392 21 324 17

magnitudo animi 218 5 253 25 266 17 249 20 et v. fortitudo

malevolentia, e)pixairekaki/a 370 22 369 8

malitia 378 4

malum v. bonum

summum malum dolor sec. Epicurum v. dolor

mani/a furorem et insaniam amplectitur 321 22

mathematici 219 10 237 12 412 26 434 5

medici 241 3 329 4 358 21

mediocritates (meso/thtes) Peripateticorum 328 14sqq. 354 23 383 25 389 24–390 15

mediocritas officiorum 322 9

meditatio (mele/th) 301 17. 20 — med. futuri, condicionis humanae (˜ praemeditatio) 337 7 334 18 335 12 347 3

melagxoli/a melancholicus 322 1 258 12

memoria 245 27–248 11 249 25 250 16 251 14 253 4

mens = ratio (logiko/n vel lo/gos) 400 16 253 2 258 3 321 21 421 29 (perfecta mens, id est absoluta ratio) 434 15.17 436 14 (ratio mensque, de deo cf. 251 2) — de animo hominis 228 20 — vis animi 250 17 — opp. sensibus 236 8 241 10

metus 329 22 368 15; 367 2. 28 (dist. a cautione); 365 12 368 15 373 10. 14 378 22 sqq. 401 16 427 33 — iniuria a Peripateticis defenditur 383 19 — eius species 369 6 370 12–21 (427 25) — sedatio 394 5

misa/nqrwpos 373 12

misericordia 370 1 327 19 328 1 — iniuria a Peripateticis defenditur 383 15 389 12

miso/gunos 373 10

moderatio, modestia v. swfrosu/nh

modus adhibetur perturbationibus a Peripateticis 380 14sqq. — (moderatae perturbationes etc. 381 18)

molestia 370 8

(praemolestia, de metu 394 8)

morbi animi — corporis 318 17 sqq. 356 6 372 15 374 5–375 23 376 3 405 15

v.pa/qos

Graeci philosophi omnes perturbationes morbos appellant 320 14 321 3 328 24 = nosh/mata yuxh=s sec Stoicos 372 9.22 375 7

morosus 388 14

mors de contemnenda morte est l. I cf. div. II 2 — mors

p.478
quid sit 226 21 267 20sqq. — malum non.est, si interitum adfert I §9–16 82–111, bonum, si animi discessus a corpore est I § 26–81 — perfugium, portus est, aeternum nihil sentiendi receptaculum 457 4 279 10 315 2

a)/wros qa/natos ante tempus mori 265 10sqq.

morsus (dhgmo/s) doloris sim. 308 15 348 16 359 8 368 22 (conscientiae) 383 11

moventia (protreptika/) 434 25

mulierositas (filoguni/a) 373 6

multitudinis iudicium 274 19 313 8

v. fama popularis

mundus 251 18–253 1

mysteria 232 4

Natura omnia in suo genere perfecta creat 421 1–422 3 — naturae cognitio 241 28, explicatio 435 4 — naturae prima bona (Fischer p. 97) 442 26

contra naturam 288 19 295 5.6 336 8 366 22 388 8 — alienum natura 314 20 — secundum naturam 401 1

quinta natura Aristotelis 228 19 238 4 250 9

= fu/sis opp. yuxh/ 245 23

natura rei 345 20

naturae opp. opinio 308 6–14 334 10 352 24 354 24 359 5 — opp. ratio 233 6 235 5–8 316 11sqq. 3474 (402 5) — opp. voluntas 352 26 353 9

necessitas 347 22sqq. 436 13

necopinatum v. a)prosdo/khton ne/kuia 235 26

nekuomantei=a 235 27 (cf. psychomantium 277 10)

nequitia (a)kolasi/a) 326 5. 6, (= vitium) 294 29

nervi animi, virtutis 376 15 293 29

nomina rebus imposita 248 17

nosce te 243 16 436 7

no/shma (yuxh=s) 372 10

notio (e)/nnoia) 246 16 387 22 417 22

novus v. a)prosdo/khtos

numerus (ap. Pythagoreos) 227 24 236 20, (ap. Xenocratem) 227 23 238 1

Obtrectatio (zhlotupi/a) 369 23

— iniuria a Peripateticis defenditur 383 17 389 16

odium (mh=nis) 371 9

mulierum (isoguni/a) 373 10 374 3

generis humani (misanqrwpi/a) 374 4

offensio (opp. aegrotationi, cf. kata\ proskoph\n gino/mena St. fr. III 421) 372 11.14. 23

offensio popularis 450 16

officium a) quod profitemur, munus 285 26 324 26 335 20

b) = kaqh=kon 287 23 309 9. 10 353 30 436 21 441 17 447 6 al. (cf. 392 10)

— ad officium pertinet v. kaqh/kei — mediocritas officiorum 322 9

officia consolantium 355 14

officiosus dolor 352 15

*o(mologoumue/nws th=| fu/sei nh=n = congruere naturae cumque ea convenienter vivere 441 15

*o(mologoume/nh dia/qesis = adfectio constans conveniensque 377 25

v. constans, constantia

opinatio v. opinio

opinio do/ca 332 2 (Epicuri), 308 6 ac passim per libr. III. IV. (sec. Stoicos).

perturbatio aut (sec. Antio

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chum) ex opinione nasci (329 7–21 348 14 352 14 402 17) aut (sec. Chrysippum) ipsa opinio esse dicitur (velut in definitionibus 329 22–24 354 26 355 3 368 12–17 cf. 348 20sqq. 351 22 401 14 al.).

opinio mentitur sim. 346 25 347 1 317 8.14 358 2.10, opp. natura (v. natura) vel res 334 10; at scientia quaedam et opinio gravis non temere adsentientis 401 15

in definitionibus aegrotationum et offensionum 373 15374 1 ter opinatio, bis opinio legitur (St. fr. III 421 do/ca, 422 oi)/hsis). — do/ca in definitione vertitur opinatio 368 24

opinabilis 354 25 399 23 401 9 403 7

opinatum bonum (malum) 329 18 347 6 355 6 366 27 368 3 394 27 423 25

oportet v. kaqh/kei

oratores Romani 219 13 282 12 363 16, 'Attici' 281 15

non irascuntur 388 14

orbitas 346 20

o(rmh/v. adpetitus. adpetitio

IIa/qos Latine perturbatio, non morbus 319 23sqq. 320 14 328 22 366 9.22 v. perturbatio

patientia 297 5 313 26 351 6 et v. fortitudo

patria 452 22, (patriae eversio) 344 25 358 16

paupertas 345 21 sqq. 358 14 391 14 445 8–450 14

pavor 370 16

percipere (katalamba/nein) 226 18 241 22 333 8 — sensibus perc. 453 23 al.

perfectus 421 4–29 et v. ratio, mens

perturbatio v. pa/qos. lib. III est de aegritudine lenienda, l. IV de reliquis animi perturbationibus (div. II 2)

definitio Zenonis 366 21 384 8 (cf. 426 7 concitatio animi, quam perturbationem voco) — eius species 329 9sqq. 366 26–371 18 — utiles et naturales sunt sec. Peripateticos IV § 43–6, quod refellitur IV § 47–56 — qerapei/a IV § 58–81

sapiens perturbationibus vacat v. sapiens

*fantasi/a v. species

filoguni/a 373 7

*filo/ponos 297 28

philosophia sapientiae studium 217 7 363 16 408 16

eius laudes 405 27–40616 — vitam hominum excoluit 406 5–10 249 15–23 (mater artium 249 16) — magistra vitae 28527 28722 36328 4069. cultura animi 286 12 — animi medicina 279 23 2851.2 3035 316–3197 329 4 34428 358 21 360 2 390 19–25 403 9 — vitam beatam pollicetur 413 20

eius origo 24014 40411 43517 — antiquissima est, sed nomen a Pythagora inventum 407 1–408 20 — historia 364 1 sqq. 408 21–409 6 — ap. Romanos 21920–22010 282 15 362 16–364 19

tres partes 435 2–437 5

philosophi plebei (qui a Platone et Socrate et ab ea familia dissident, cf. 364 1) 245 4

philosophorum vita discrepat a disciplina 285 10sqq.

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philosophorum libri Latini 219 25 283 10, libri de contemnenda gloria 234 20, de inferis 222 17

physicus 241 2 451 11

physica 232 7 242 4 253 15

pars philosophiae (= explicatio naturae) 435 3–436 15

pigritia (o)/knos) 371 12

*piqani/n vertitur a) probabile 226 16 282 22 364 23 419 18

b) veri simile 221 4 226 17 229 9 282 22 284 5 384 3–5 409 10 (cf. 441 27 veritatis specie movet)

*pleona/zousa o(rmh/ adpetitus vehementior 366 24 367 17 384 10 391 9 393 10

poetae Graecorum 218 9, Romanorum 218 6 363 12

non sine caelesti instinctu 249 13 — corrumpunt, molliunt animos 222 16 235 14 293 24 317 9 396 25 — a Platone e re publica eiciuntur 294 1

ponere (qi/sin) 220 25 344 24

*po/nos et laborem et dolorem significat 297 27 v. labor et dolor

populus mall magister 317 13

popularis facultas eloquentia 281 8

v. fama, gloria, offensio

potestas 400 16 in potestate est (e)f' h(mi=n) 350 19–21 368 12 441 17 (extra pot. est = ou)k e)f' h(mi=n 418 18) — exisse ex

potestate = e)cesthke/nai 321 16 400 15

praecipuus 421 21

praemeditatio (cf. Rabbow 155, Pohlenz G. g. A. 1916 p.553) 332 15 334 6–336 2 390 10

praestans 421 23. 24

praesens malum a) simpliciter = paro/n 329 16.23 355 3 367 1.3 368 13. 15 al.

b) = urgens (Antiocho fere = pro/sfatos cf. Rabbow 149, Pohlenz G. g. A. 1916 p. 555) 348 15 344 27

pravitas (diastrofh/) 3174.15

principatus (h(gemoniko/n) 227 16

principium (a)rxh/) 244 10–18 (a)rxh/, stoixei=on) 228 18 239 11

probabile v. piqano/n

proclivitas (eu)emptwsi/a), proclivis 374 7–375 5 402 8. 12

*prohgme/na praecipua vel producta 425 18

v. etiam commoda

pronuntiatum v. a)ci/wma

prudentia (fro/nhsis) 296 5 3371 410 27–411 2 437 7

pudor (ai)sxu/nh) 369 7 370 14

pulchritudo animi 376 11

pulchrum, honestum 434 18

Quinta natura v. natura

Ratio v. lo/gos

= logiko/n 305 23, = nou=s (Platonis) 227 26 — ratio divina 436 14

recta ratio 371 20. 24 378 1 366 22 392 15 — virtus = recta (378 2), absoluta (421 29), perfecta (305 24) ratio

ratio (doctrinaque) opp. natura v. natura — opp. ipsa res 345 2 (354 17) — opp. mos (consuetudo) 297 21 300 24 302 1 — opp. studium 314 8

ratiunculae (conclusiunculae, laquei) Stoicorum 294 22 (cf. 382 1) 302 6 438 26

recens (pro/sfatos)

a) de opinione 329 24 355 4. 11. 12 368 12sqq.

b) de malo (sec. Antiochum,

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cf. Rabbow p. 153)331 6 355 8 345 17 380 23

recordatio (a)na/mnhsis Platonis) 246 1–247 4

rectus v. ratio, kaqh/kei

regiones (cw=nai) terrae v. terra

reiciendum (cf. a)pekle/gesqai) 295 4

religio 231 11 233 25

remedia morborum animi 390 19sqq.

repens, repentinus 332 8 343 29345 18 390 8

res opp. opinio, ratio v. opinio, ratio — opp. verba 419 13 458 13

revocatio ad voluptates (Epicuri) 334 25 336 3–341 8

rhetores 275 28 277 23 284 9 349 5–7 384 14 389 9

rota v. eculeus

Sanguis 2275 229 20 238 7 247 17

sanitas animi 320 19 sqq. 322 8 328 19 372 7 376 2.8 380 11 386 21

sapiens idem qui bonus 417 18 (428 16 al.)

beatus est sec. Stoicos l. V, § 37–54 68–72 (442 16), sec. Epicurum 288 10 342 26 418 22 437 20–438 22 458 2, sec. Antiochum 419 26, sec. Socraticos 458 4sqq. cf. praeterea totum l. V

vacat aegritudine cf. l. III, inprimis p. 324–328,7, ira 326 15sqq., omnibus perturbationibus cf. l. IV, inprimis 379 14–380 11 423 21–424 4 426 7–12

sec. Stoicos omnia recte facit 379 12 441 8, amaturus est 398 5 — omnia ad corpus refert sec. Epicurum 343 20 — in furorem incidere potest 322 13 — nondum visus 307 14

sapientes septem 407 7

sapientia definitur 390 1 407 4 = philosophia 436 24

sapientiae studium v. philosophia

sapientiae 339 5

securitas (vacuitas aegritudinis) 423 5

semina innata virtutum 317 1

initiorum et tamquam seminum 435 19

sensus (ai)/sqhsis t. zw/|ou) 421 13 (ai)sqhth/ria) 241 1 sqq. 371 1 453 18 — opp. mens 236 8 447 16

sensus nullus in mortuo 229 27 259 10–14 263 6.21 267 22 272 25–273 22 279 1 445 1 457 5

sepulcranobilium 224 5, deorum 232 3 — sepulcrorum caerimoniae 231 9

sequi bona (diw/kein) 367 9

servitus 358 17

sidera, stellae v. astra

signa tabulae 450 5

similitudo (parentum cum liberis) 257 27–29 258 7–26

sollicitudo 453 13 (= a)ni/a), latiore sensu 370 8 al.

somnus imago mortis 265 6 267 22 278 18

soni vocis 248 18. 27 362 28

sofoi/ (septem sapientes) 407 8

swfrosu/nh, sw/frwn 325 8. 9 = temperantia, temperans 325 7.9 296 8 336 22 371 23 376 4 378 13 379 6 423 16 426 9 440 22

moderatio, -us 325 10 336 23 378 13 379 6 449 22

modestia, -us 325 11 379 6 cf. 249 20

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frugalitas, frugi 325 12 326 5 336 24 379 8

reliquas virtutes complectitur 325 27

ea virtus quam alii ipsam temperantiam dicunt esse, alii obtemperantem temperantiae praeceptis 376 4

species a) = i)de/a 246 21 b) = fantasi/a 302 10 307 24 367 10 (veritatis specie 441 27)

spes 401 17

sphaera 249 4. 8 433 14

spirabilis, id est animalis 237 25 238 23 253 10

status (su/stasis yuxn=s) 372 1 412 9 324 6 — rei publicae 294 2, vitae 404 14

controversiae genus 357 23

*stoixei=on quattuor genera principiorum (a)rxai/), e quibus omnia oriuntur 22818 cf. 239 11 23825 239 3 — quintum genus 228 24

quattuor omnia gignentia corpora 237 15

initiorum et tamquam seminum, unde essent omnia orta 435 19

stulti (a)/frones) 320 16 367 18 368 2 380 21

stultitia 321 25 322 7 325 25 352 14 354 9–15 428 11

subitus v. repentinus

sumenda (lhpta/) 439 4

surditas 4566–23

*sugkata/qesis v. adsensio

Tabulae v. signa

temperantia v. swfrosu/nh

temperatio (kra=sis) 228 14 251 22 3761 (de sonis 248 26) — civitatis 36111 (cf. 217 15)

terrae situs 237 12 240 29 252 6 436 2

regiones, orae (za=nai) 240 29 252 8

terrenum (elementum) 237 16 239 11 247 22 250 14

terror 370 13

qu/mwsis (excandescentia) 371 9

timor 37015, dist. a timiditate 389 27, a cautione 395 22

tranquillitas 320 19 362 23 366 14 406 15 412 7 (galh/nh) 436 1

tumor animi 326 20 331 5 356 4 394 1, cf. 402 14

turpe (ai)sxro/n) solum vel summum malum v. bonum

Ulciscendi libido v. ira

ultimum in malis 436 19

umbratilis vita 293 28 440 5 cf. 298 12

umidum (u(datw=des) 237 17 239 19 250 15

urgere (de malo.Rabbowp.149) 332 1 348 15

vacare, vacuus saepe a) privativum reddit cf. a)paqh/s, a)lupi/a al.

valetudo animi 374 5

vehemens (sfosro/s?) 373 16.19 vehementior v. pleona/cousao(rmh/

velocitas animi 376 17

verbum-res v. res

veri simile v. piqano/n

vertere-interpretari v. interpretari

victus tenuis 342 25 416 17 445 11–450 4

vires animi 376 15

virtus ex viro appellata 302 25

— definitur 305 24 (cf. 302 22) 377 25 378 2 421 29 — amitti non potest 296 20 — bonum mentis 434 17 — summum vel solum bonum v. bonum virtus Epicuri 339 5–343 2

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virtus se ipsa contenta ad beate vivendum 337 2, id quod ostenditur libro l. V (div. II 2) sec. Stoicos § 1282, Platonem § 34–6, reliquos philosophos § 83–120, velut Peripateticos (p. 438 22–439 7 443 12–444 7, contra quos 417 11–418 21 disputatur), Antiochum (414 19–26, refellitur 414 16–18 415 5–11), Epicurum (§88–118 73–5, refellitur § 26.27. 31). non placet hoc Theophrasto 415 12–416 15 — non modo beatam vitam efficit sed etiam beatissimam (419 29 422 5 425 21 427 20 439 6; quod contra Antiochum ostenditur cf. 414 20)

virtutes inter se nexae (a)ntakolouqi/a) 296 19 325 28 — chorus virtutum 410 17

Virtus loquens inducitur 304 14 vitiositas (kaki/a ˜ a)nomologi/a) 375 15 378 3

vitium (kaki/a) 375 8sqq. 377 10

voluntas et iudicium (To to\ e(kou/sion) 351 5 402 17 308 4 318 10 352 26 405 30 — voluntarius 358 10 3597 394 26 399 23 401 10 403 7

= bou/lhsis 367 15 cf. voluntates honestae 377 28

voluptarius 288 23 3387 444 17

voluptas v. h(sonh/

Zhlotupi/a (obtrectatio) 369 24

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