Doispontos 10 (2):109-34 (2013)

Paulo Fernando Tadeu Ferreira
Universidade Federal de São Paulo
The present article argues that Chrysippus' reply to the objection that Fate does away with that which is up to us (and therefore with justice in honor and punishments) consists in shifting the notion of that which is up to us from one in terms of ultimate origination to one in terms of self-sufficient causation—and thus in shifting the very notion of justice in honor and punishments from one in retributive terms to one in rehabilitative terms.
Keywords Chrysippus  “that which is up to us” (τὸ ἐφ' ἡµῖν)  punishment  retribution  rehabilitation
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DOI 10.5380/dp.v10i2.31992
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