Let's compare a proto-Epicurean with a proto-Stoic.
Murray’s “The Stoic Philosophy”
Gilbert Murray was an early 20th century scholar and leader in the humanist movement. In this speech, he outlines the basic elements of Stoicism. While old enough that it is out of copyright, it still gives an excellent account of the basics of the philosophy, not only describing the essential doctrines, but (more importantly) the … Continue reading Murray’s “The Stoic Philosophy”