“[Collected papers of one of the foremost scholars on Stocism. see especially ˜The logical basis of Stoic ethics™ and ˜Stoic eudaimonism™.]”
“Aurelius '"Meditations" define what is often called a Stoic view on life.”
“There are the centurions Varus and Pudens, Terentius Priscus his compatriot, Decianus the Stoic from the Spanish town of Emerita, the self-sacrificing Quintus Ovidius, Martial's neighbour at Nomentum and a fellow-client of Seneca, and, above all, Julius Martialis.”
“For sōphrosynē, however, by far the most important of the Hellenistic schools was the Stoic, which revived the Platonic canon (henceforth more often called Stoic) and made it the center of its moral teaching.”
“But the restored life was merely histrionic: the Stoic was a recluse parading the market-place and a monk disguised in armour.”
“This school may be described as Stoic, though its theology was often accepted by men who did not actually call themselves Stoics; for example, by Cicero himself, who, as an adherent of the New Academy, the school which repudiated dogmatism and occupied itself with dialectic and criticism, was perfectly entitled to adopt the tenets of other schools if he thought them the most convincing.”
“The "wise man" of the Stoic is a kind of saint -- a superman, as it has since been called -- very analogous to his God.”
“The morality of the Stoic is the pride of the natural man who is conscious of being a moral creature, but who has no suspicion of a morality higher than and transcending the individual subject, nor of a personal moral depravity.”
“For Socrates himself was of none at all; and although Cato was called a Stoic, it was more from a resemblance of manners in his worst qualities, than that he avowed himself one of their disciples.”
“And we her fad glad friends all bear a part Of grief, for all would break a Stoic's heart.”
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