Strabon et la philosophie stoïcienne

Archives de Philosophie 1 (1):111-127 (2008)
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Strabon n'est pas un philosophe stoïcien. En relisant l'ensemble de la Géographie, les traits stoïciens de sa méthode, de sa physique et de sa conception de l'existence humaine apparaissent bien minces. Il semble donc préférable de voir en lui un penseur éclectique dont le but principal est la description rigoureuse du monde habité.Strabo is not stoic philosopher. His Geography, his Method, his Physics and his conception of human life do not come across as not strongly stoic when they are patiently read. It seems more appropriate to view him as an eclectic thinker whose main objective is the rigorous description of the inhabited world

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