Stoic Practical Philosophy in the Imperial Period

Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies:115-40 (2007)
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An attempt to show the way in which the idea of 'philosophical exercise 'played an important role in the understanding of philosophy in Roman Stoicism.



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