Volume VII includes contributions by Richard Patterson, C.J.F. Williams, Richard Bett, Glen Lesses, Theodore Scaltsas, Malcolm Heath, Christopher Rowe, Christian Wildberg, Owen Goldin, Daniel W. Graham, and Ian Mueller.
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Richard Patterson: The case of the two Barbaras: Basic approaches to Aristotle's modal logic; C. J. F. Williams: Aristotle on Cambridge change; Richard Bett: Carneades' Pithanon: A reappraisal of its role and status; Glen Lesses: Virtue and the goods of fortune in stoic moral theory; Theodore Scaltsas: Socratic moral realism: An alternative justification; Malcolm Heath: The unity of Plato's Phaedrus; Christopher Rowe: The unity of Phaedrus: A reply to
Malcolm Heath; Malcolm Heath: The unity of Phaedrus: A postscript; Christian Wildberg: Two systems in Aristotle?; Owen Goldin: Problems with Graham's two-systems hypothesis; Daniel W. Graham: Two
systems in Aristotle; Ian Mueller: Hyppolytus Retractatus: A discussion of Catherine Osborne, Rethinking early Greek Philosophy; Index Locorum