This Roman statesman and philosopher is well-known and respected for his long years of public service to the Roman Empire.
This correspondent may have existed, or may have been a fictional device created to provide a context for the subject's moral teachings.
This philosopher advocated living a life which avoided pain or discomfort; but he did not, as commonly believed, advocate a life without any restraint of desire.
The subject quotes this Stoic philosopher from time to time.
The subject views this Greek philosopher as exemplary for his ability to remain calm and collected throughout a life filled with conflict and difficulty.
The followers of this Greek philosopher are known as the Peripatetics.
The followers of this skeptical Greek philosopher are known as the Academics.
This man is widely considered to be the founder of the Stoic school of philosophy...
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