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Stoicism

The Stoic School In Antiquity, Main Doctrines, The Medieval And Modern Reception Of Stoicism, Bibliography

Stoicism, from its foundation, has been most famous for its ethical ideas. Even now, stoical suggests a particular ethical stance, endurance of pain or misfortune without complaint. But in antiquity Stoicism was notable also for its unified view of the scope of philosophy and of the nature of reality.

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