Cicero Essay | Ancient Greek Philosophers: Marcus Tullius Cicero

Anthony Everitt
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Ancient Greek Philosophers: Marcus Tullius Cicero

Summary: Explains the life and accomplishments of Marcus Tullis Cicero(106 B.C.E.- 43 B.C.E.)
Ancient Greek philosophers working between the 6th and 4th centuries BCE largely defined Western thought in later years. According to the author Bryan Magee, philosophy began with the "elucidation of concepts." Along with this concept, he also believed that the greatest philosophers have gone much deeper than that and questioned the most fundamental aspects of our existence, and our experience. Among these great thinkers, a man by the name of Marcus Tullius Cicero has changed the lives of people during his own era and the lives of millions of people afterwards. He made them rethink common situations in their everyday lives and look past what they would normally "see."

Cicero was born on January 3, 106 BCE by Marcus Tullius Cicero Sr. and Helvia Cicero. He was born and raised a couple of miles north of Arpinum, which was near Rome. He was the son of...

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