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Chrysippus; Epicurus; Eudaimonia; Hellenistic Thought; Kalon; Logos; Platonism and the Platonic Tradition; Stoicism; Zeno of Citium.

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Inwood, Brad. "Seneca and Psychological Dualism." In Passions and Perceptions, edited by J. Brunschwig and M. Nussbaum. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

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