Analyze alexander the Great: his mental health in relation to a philosophical discourse

Plutarch\’s philosophical work itself might be amongst the most relevant (or indeed Epictetus, which is of course in reality Arrian
Lieve van Hoof, Plutarch\’s Practical Ethics
William Harris, ed., Mental Disorders in the Classical World
Sarah Francis, \’Madness and mental health\’ in the Wiley Encyclopaedia of Ancient History
(ps.-)Aristotle, Problems XXX (unfortunately of uncertain date), the well-known discussion of melancholy (with particular reference to \’great men\’) and Celsus, De medicina III.18 on insania.
resonances of Alexander – there\’s of course quite a lot on tragic depictions of madness, probably starting with Padel, Whom the Gods Destroy