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Plutarch (F - Z)

* Fernández Delgado, J.A., On the Problematic Classification of Some Rhetorical Elements in Plutarch, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 23-32.

* Ferrari, F., Plutarch. Platonismus und Tradition, in: M. Erler & G. Graeser (Hrsg.), Philosophen des Altertums. Eine Einführung, Bd. II: Vom Hellenismus bis zur Spätantike, Darmstadt 2000, S. 109-127.

* FitzGibbon, P.M., Boethius and Cassius. Two Epicureans in Plutarch, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 445-460.

* Francis, J. & Harrison, G.W.M., Plutarch in Crete, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 791-804.

* Friderici, R., Plutarch, Tiberius und Gaius Gracchus, 1929.

* Frost, F.J., Plutarch's Themistocles. A Historical Commentary, 1998.

* Gallé Cejudo, R.J., Plutarco y la elegía helenística, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 637-650.

* Geiger, J., Lives and Moralia. How Were Put Asunder What Plutarch Hath Joined Together, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 5-22.

* Georgiadou, A., Plutarch’s Pelopidas. A Historical and Philological Commentary, 1997.

* Gianakaris, C.J., Plutarch, New York 1970.

* Görgemanns, H., Untersuchungen zu Plutarchs Dialog "De facie in orbe lunae", Heidelberg 1970.

* Görgemanns, H. & Hirsch-Luipold, R., Plutarch, in: M. Schramm & St.L Sorgner (Hrsg.), Musik in der antiken Philosophie. Eine Einführung, Würzburg 2007.

* Graninger, D., Plutarch on the Evacuation of Athens (“Themistocles” 10.8-9), in: Hermes. Zeitschrift für Klassische Philologie, 138, 2010.

* Hamilton, J.R., Plutarch: Alexander. A Commentary, Oxford 1969, Bristol 21999.

* Hartman, J.J. Adnotationes criticae ad Plutarchi opera, in: Mnemosyne, 1910, 1911.

* Hartman, J.J. Ad Plutarchi Moralia annotationes criticae, in: Mnemosyne, 1912-15.

* Hartman, J.J., De avondzon des heidendoms. Het leven en werken van den wijze van Chaeronea, 2 Bde., Leiden 1910, Leiden 21912, 31924.

* Hartman, J.J., De Plutarcho scriptore et philosopho, Leiden 1916.

* Heirman, L.J.R., Plutarchus "De audiendis poetis". Introduction, Translation, and Commentary, Diss., 's-Gravenhage 1972.

* Helmbold, W.C. & O'Neill, E.N., Plutarch's Quotations, Baltimore 1959 (American Philological Association: Philological Monographs, 19).

* Hershbell, J.P., Plutarch, in: F. Ricken (Hrsg.), Philosophen der Antike, Bd. II, Stuttgart 1996.

* Hersbell, J.P., Plutarch and Epicureanism, in: W. Haase & H. Temporini (Hrsg.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II, 36.5, Berlin 1992, S. 3353-3383.

* Hershbell, J.P., Plutarch and Stoicism, in: W. Haase & H. Temporini (Hrsg.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der Römischen Welt, II, 36.5, Berlin 1992, S. 3336-3352.

* Hershbell, J.P., Plutarch and the Milesian Philosophers, in: Hermes, 114, 1986, S. 172-185.

* Hershbell, J.P., Plutarch as a Source for Empedocles' Theories of Seeing and Breathing, in: The Journal of Hellenic Studies, 90, 1970.

* Hershbell, J.P., Plutarch on Solon and Sophia, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 489-500.

* Herwerden, H. v., Ad Plutarchi Moralia, in: Mnemosyne, 1890, 1891, 1893.

* Herwerden, H. v., Novae curae criticae Moralium Plutarchi, in: Mnemosyne, 1909.

* Hirsch-Luitpold, R., Plutarchs Denken in Bildern. Studien zur literarischen, philosophischen und religiösen Funktion des Bildhaften, Tübingen 2002.

* Hirzel, R., Plutarch, Leipzig 1912.

* Hopfner, Th., Plutarch über Isis und Osiris, Prag 1940/41.

* Horster, M., Some Notes on Grammarians in Plutarch, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 611-624.

* Ingenkamp, H.G., Moralia in the Lives. The Charge of Rashness in Pelopidas/Marcellus, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 263-275.

* Ingenkamp, H.G., Plutarchs Schriften über die Heilung der Seele, Göttingen 1971.

* Ingenkamp, H.G., Plutarch und das Leben der Heiligen, in: Valori letterari delle opere di Plutarco. Studi offerti al Professore Italo Gallo dall’International Plutarch Society, Málaga/Logan 2005, S. 225-242.

* Janssen, G., Plutarchus' "Moralia". "Alexander, geluk of kwaliteit", in: Hermeneus, 71/1, 1999, S. 26-39.

* Jones, C.P., Plutarch and Rome, London 1971.

* Jones, C.P., Towards a Chronology of Plutarch's Works, in: The Journal of Roman Studies, 56, 1966, S. 61-74.

* Jones, R.M., The Platonism of Plutarch, Menasha (Wis.) 1916.

* Jong, K.H.E. de, Plutarchus en het antieke Christendom, in: Theologisch Tijdschrift, 1903.

* Konrad, C.F., Plutarch' "Sertorius". A Historical Commentary, Chapel Hill 1994.

* Koster, A.J., De geloofsbekentenis van een Grieks philosoof, Leiden 1955.

* Koulakiotis, E., Greek Lawgivers in Plutarch. A Comparison between the Biographical Lycurgus and the Rhetorical Alexander, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 403-423.

* Kronenberg, A.J., Ad Plutarchi Moralia, in: Mnemosyne, 1923, 1924, 1932, 1933.

* Lamberton, R., Plutarch, New Haven 2002.

* Leâo, D.F., Plutarch and the Character of the Sapiens, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 481-488.

* Liddel, P., Scholarship and Morality. Plutarch’s Use of Inscriptions, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 125-141.

* Mallinger, J., Les sécrets ésoteriques dans Plutarque, Paris 1946.

* Marasco, G., Donne, cultura e società nelle Vite Parallele di Plutarco, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 663-678.

* Moellering, H.A., Plutarch on Superstition, Boston 1962.

* Mooren, G.E.J., Plutarchus' Leven van Pericles en enkele gestalten uit Pericles' omgeving, Nijmegen 1948.

* Mossman, J. (Hrsg.), Plutarch and His Intellectual World, London 1997.

* Muccioli, F., “Fania di Lesbo, un filosofo e assai esperto di ricerca storica” (Plut., Them., 13,5). Plutarco e I rapporti tra biografia, storia e filosofia etica, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 461-480.

* Müller, A., Dialogic Structures and Forms of Knowledge in Plutarch’s “The E at Delphi”, in: Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 2012.

* Muñoz Gallarte, I., El judaísmo en las Vitas y Moralia de Plutarco, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 815-829.

* Naber, S.A., Obsrvationes miscellanae ad Plutarchi Moralia, in: Mnemosyne, 1900.

* Nederlof, A.B., Plutarchus' "Leven van Pyrrhus". Historisch commentaar, Diss., Amsterdam 1940.

* Newmyer, S., Animals, Rights, and Reason in Plutarch and Modern Ethics, London 2005.

* Nikolaidis, A.G., Plutarch’s Heroes in the Moralia. A Matter of Variatio or Another (More Genuine) Outlook?, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 219-233.

* Oltamare, A., Plutarque dans Rousseau, in: Mélanges d'Histoire Littéraire et Philosophique offerts à M. Bernard Bouvier, 1920.

* Opsomer, J., Parrhesia bei Plutarch, in: E. Düsing & H.-D. Klein (Hrsg.), Geist und Sittlichkeit. Ethik-Modelle von Platon bis Lévinas, Würzburg 2009.

* Padelford, F.M., Essays on the Study and Use of Poetry by Plutarch and Basil the Great, New York 1902.

* Papadi, D., Moralia in the Lives. Tragedy and Theatrical Imagery in Plutarch’s Pompey, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 111-124.

* Parmentier, L., Recherches sur le Traité d'Isis et d'Osiris de Plutarque, Bruxelles 1913.

* Pelling, Ch., Parallel Narratives. The Liberation of Thebes in “De Genio Socratis” and in Pelopidas, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 539-556.

* Pérez Jiménez, A., El trofeo de Maratón Adaptación y desarrollo de un tópico ético en Plutarco, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 591-600.

* Plese, Z., Deformity. Plutarch’s Views of Reproduction and Imperfect Generation in the Moralia and Lives, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 773-784.

* Pohlenz, M., Plutarchs Schriften gegen die Stoiker, in: Hermes, 1939.

* Pordomingo Pardo, F., La reutilización de citas de epigramas. Una manifestación del diálogo intratextual en el corpus plutarqueo, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 33-52.

* Ramon Palerm, V., Recursos humorístico en la obra de Plutarco, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 601-609.

* Romero González, D., El prototipo de mujer espartana en Plutarco, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 679-688.

* Roscam, G., A Commentary on Plutarch’s “De latenter vivendo”, Leuven 2007.

* Roscam, G., Plutarch’s Maxime “Cum principibus philosopho esse disserendum”. An Interpretation with Commentary, Leuven 2009.

* Roscam, G., Two Roads to Politics. Plutarch on the Statesman’s Entry in Political Life, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 325-338.

* Russell, D.A., On Reading Plutarch's Moralia, in: Greece and Rome, 15, 1968.

* Russell, D.A., Plutarch, London 1972, Bristol 2001.

* Schoppe, Ch., Plutarchs Interpretation der Ideenlehre Platons, Münster 1994.

* Schrader, C., Plutarco (Cim. 13, 4) y las islas Quelidonias, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 805-814.

* Schröters, J., Plutarchs Stellung zur Skepsis, 1911.

* Scott Smith, R., Moral Progress and the Passions. Plutarch “Moralia” 76A und Seneca Ep. 75, in: Hermes. Zeitschrift für Klassische Philologie, 134, 2006.

* Shipley, D.R., A Commentary on Plutarch's Life of Agesilaos. Response to Sources in the Presentation of Character, Oxford 1997.

* Sibmacher Zijnen, F.B.J., Specimen historiae philosophiae, quo Plutarchi de nonnullis Chrysippi placitis judicium examinatur, Diss., Utrecht 1850.

* Siefert, G., Plutarchos' Schrift "perì euthymías". Programm Pforta, Naumbach 1908.

* Sizoo, A., De Plutarchi, qui fertur de liberis educandis libello, Diss., Amsterdam 1918.

* Smits, J.P.H.M., Plutarchus en de Griekse muziek, Diss., Bilthovebn 1970.

* Smits, J.P.H.M., Plutarchus' leven van Lysander. Inleiding, tekst, commentaar, Diss., Amsterdam 1939.

* Smits, J.P.H.M., Plutarchus en de Griekse muziek, Diss., Bilthoven 1970.

* Soares, C., Parent-Child Affection and Social Relationships in Plutarch. Common Elements in “Consolatio ad uxorem” and “Vitae”, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 719-730.

* Soury, G., La demonologie de Plutarque, Paris 1942.

* Strijd, J.H.W., Animadversiones criticae in Plutarchi libros duos de Iside et Osiride et de E apud Delphos, Diss., Utrecht 1912.

* Stadter, Ph.A., Notes and Anecdotes. Observations on Cross-Genre Apophthegmata, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 53-66.

* Stadter, Ph.A., Plutarch's Historical Methods. An Analysis of the "Mulierum virtutes", Cambridge (Mass.) 1965.

* Stenten, F.L.G., Ploutarchos' leven van Sertorius, Diss., Nijmegen 1969.

* Strobach, A., Plutarch und die Sprachen. Ein Beitrag zur Fremdsprachenproblematik in der Antike, Stuttgart 1997 (Palingenesia, 64).

* Tatum, W.J., Plutarch on Antiochus of Ascalon: “Cicero” 4,2, in: Hermes. Zeitschrift für Klassische Philologie, 129, 2001.

* Teodorsson, S.-T., The Education of Rulers in Theory (Moralia) and Practice (Vitae), in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 339-350.

* Theunissen, W.P., Enkele beschouwingen over het Godsbegrip bij Ploutarchos, in: Donum Lustrale, Nijmegen 1949.

* Theunissen, W.P., Ploutarchos' leven van Aratos. Met historisch-topografisch commentaar, Diss. Nijmegen 1935, Leiden 1940.

* Thévenaz, P., L'âme du monde. Le devenir et la matière chez Plutarque, Paris 1938.

* Titchener, F.B., Is Plutarch’s Nicias Devout, Superstitious, or Both?, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 277-283.

* Torhoudt, A., Een onbekend gnostisch systeem in Plutarchus' "De Iside et Osiride", in: Studia Hellenica, 1942 [Leiden 1948].

* Treu, M., Zur Geschichte der Überlieferung von Plutarchs "Moralia", Programm Waldenburg 1877.

* Tröster, M., Politics and Military Leadership in Plutarch’s Life of Lucullus, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 387-402.

* Tröster, M., Themes, Character, and Politics in Plutarch’s “Life of Lucullus”. The Construction of a Roman Aristocrat, Stuttgart 2008.

* Tsouvala, G., Integrating Marriage and Homonoia, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 701-718.

* Van der Stockt, L., Self-Esteem and Image-Building. On Anger in “De cohibenda ira” and in Some Lives, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 285-296.

* Van Hoof, L., Genres and Their Implications. Meddlesomeness in “On Curiosity” versus the Lives, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 297-311.

* Vela Tejeda, J., El Banquete de los Siete Sabios y la Vida de Solon de Plutarco. Mito politico y contexto literario, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 501-514..

* Verbeke, G., Plutarch and the Development of Aristotle, in: I. Düring & G.E.L. Owen (Hrsg.), Aristotle and Plato in the Mid-Fourth Century. Papers of the Symposium Aristotelicum Held at Oxford, August 1957, Göteborg 1960, S. 236-247.

* Verdegem, S., Plutarch’s Life of Alcibiades. Story, Text, and Moralism, Leuven 2009.

* Verdegem, S., Plutarch’s “Quaestiones Romanae” and His Lives of Early Romans, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 171-186.

* Vicente Sánchez, A., Plutarco compositor de Vitae y Moralia. Análisis intratextual, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 209-218.

* Vlaardingerbroek, M., De jeugd van Caesar bij Plutarchus en Suetonius, in: Hermeneus, 2000, S. 12-18.

* Vogt, K., Plutarch über Zenons Traum. Ist die politische Philosophie der frühen Stoa kosmopolitisch?, in: M. v. Ackeren & J. Müller (Hrsg.), Antike Philosophie verstehen. Understanding Ancient Philosophy, Darmstadt 2006.

* Volkmann, R., Leben, Schriften und Philosophie des Plutarch von Chaeronea, 2 Bde. (Plutarchs Leben und Schriften / Plutarchs Philosophie), Berlin 1869, Berlin 1872, (reprint) 1970, Hildesheim (reprint) 1980.

* Volpe Cacciatore, P., Due testi a confrontp: “De Iside” 352F-353E - “Quaestio Convivalis” VIII, 8, 728C-730F, in: A.G. Nikolaidis (Hrsg.), The Unity of Plutarch’s Work. “Moralia” Themes in the ”Lives”, Features of the “Lives” in the “Moralia”, Berlin/New York 2008, S. 785-790.

* Wardman, A., Plutarch's Lives, London 1974.

* Was, H., Plutarchus en het Christendom, in: De Nederlandsche Spectator, 1902.

* Weizsäcker, A., Untersuchungen über Plutarchs biographische Technik, Diss., Berlin 1931.

* Wijnaendts Francken, C.J., Plutarchus als moralist, in: Morks Magazijn, 1941.

* Wijnaendts Francken, C.J., Vier moralisten. Confucius, Plutarchus, Montaigne, Coornheert, 1946.

* Wördemann, D., Das Charakterbild im Bios nach Plutarch und das Christusbild im Evangelium nach Markus, Paderborn 2002.

* Wyttenbach, D., Animadversiones in Plutarchi opera moralia, Leipzig 1820-34.

* Wyttenbach, D., Lexicon Plutarcheum et vitas et opera moralia complectens, Leipzig 1843.

* Zenobi, L., Schiller e Plutarco. Dai “Räuber” al “Themistokles-Entwurf”, in: P. Chiarini & W. Hinderer (Hrsg.), Schiller und die Antike, Würzburg 2008.





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