This volume is a Festschrift for Gail Fine and Terence Irwin on their retirement from the University of Oxford and Cornell University. The honor is exceedingly well-deserved: Fine and Irwin are two of the leading ancient philosophers in the generation succeeding G. E. L. Owen and Gregory Vlastos. Their many publications have been of seminal influence in shaping the fields of ancient ethics, epistemology, and metaphysics. Their teaching has been just as significant: they have taught and mentored some of the most distinguished ancient philosophers of the present generation. I, and many others who have not had the good fortune to have studied with them, have nevertheless benefited enormously from engaging with their work and having them as paradigms of rigor and precision in doing ancient philosophy.

The volume consists of fifteen essays and a valuable introduction sketching Fine's and Irwin's careers and their...

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