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The division of Stoic doctrine into three parts – logic, physics and ethics – is familiar to academics working on Stoicism, as is the well-documented emphasis that the Roman Stoics placed particularly on ethical matters and how to apply Stoicism to their daily lives. However, in the conversation around Stoic ethics, the body of evidence available from the Roman period has overshadowed the attention that the early Stoa paid to ethics. Thinkers like Zeno, Aristo and Panaetius all made distinctive contributions to the ethical branch of Stoic thought.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Royal Holloway University of London (London, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Dr Liz Gloyn (Department of Classics, Royal Holloway, University of London); Dr John Sellars (Department of Philosophy, Royal Holloway, University of London)
INFO: Liz.Gloyn@rhul.ac.uk ; John.Sellars@rhul.ac.uk