Philip Schmitz's "Cato Peripateticus" – stoische und peripatetische Ethik im PDF

By Philip Schmitz

ISBN-10: 311033707X

ISBN-13: 9783110337075

ebook three of Cicero’s de finibus is usually considered as a correct description of Stoic ethics. This research exhibits that Cicero didn't current Stoic orthodoxy yet mixed it with modern peripatetic concept. This has implications for our figuring out of Stoa and Peripatos and provides new insights into Cicero’s tools and the philosophical discourse of the first century BC.

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